Universal Waste

Universal Waste

 

Universal waste is classified as hazardous because the materials contain hazardous substances, such as mercury, lead, and nickel to list a few, which involves special recycling or disposal methods to prevent toxic waste from entering landfills and the environment. Disposing of universal waste requires extensive labelling procedures and can vary from state to state. At BWS, our hazardous waste division is certified and specializes in universal waste handling and processing to provide safe and compliant solutions that best fits each client’s needs while adhering to local, state, and federal regulations.

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Florescent Lamps Recycled Annually Diverting Mercury from Entering the Environment

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