Universal Waste

Waste from your operations that contains hazardous materials that must be processed separately from other general types of waste. These materials are often specifically regulated and handled by specialized parties for disposal. Note, this may be referred to as "hazardous" waste in international markets. 

  • Aerosol cans: Containers of compressed gas discarded during your operations used for expelling a liquid or powder. This includes spray paint, canned air dusters, industrial lubricants, and disinfectant sprays.
  • Batteries: Devices discarded during your operations which are designed to deliver stored electrical energy such as alkaline batteries, lead-acid batteries, and lithium-ion batteries.
  • Electronics: Electronics discarded during your operations. This includes computers, non-CRT television and computer monitors, cell phones, computer accessories, and printers.
  • Lamps: Bulbs or tubes from lighting devices discarded during your operations. These include fluorescent, LED, mercury vapor, and high pressure sodium lamps.
  • Mercury containing equipment: Devices discarded during your operations that contain mercury such as mercury thermometers and barometers.
  • Pesticides: Substances discarded during your operations which are intended for preventing, repelling, or destroying pests (animals or insects)
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