Nearly every business, school, hospital, municipality and person in the United States deals with universal waste. Have you ever needed to replace a four-foot long fluorescent light bulb or an old, bulky CRT monitor for a sleek flat screen? What did you do with the old one? Universal wastes are all around us—fluorescent light bulbs, batteries and electronic waste are some of the most common. They need to be managed correctly to limit exposure risks to heavy metals and reclaim raw materials that are used to manufacture new items.
At WorkWaste, we specialize in cost-effective solutions for universal waste compliance, waste management and recycling. Throughout New England, we assist small businesses to large-scale manufacturing plants, hospitals and everything in between. We ensure compliance to state and federal regulations for all our services—from our logistics and packaging options, to final recycling. We also provide documented destruction of electronic devices and hard drives for customers concerned with getting rid of sensitive information and data.
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