Comprehensive, Secure, Cost-Effective Recycling for Fluorescents, Batteries, Ballasts, and Much More
They’re called “Universal” because they’re everywhere – in every organization, nowadays in almost every pocket:
Technically they’re hazardous waste, but because there are so many of them, and because they can be handled safely with commonsense precautions, they’re not regulated as strictly. But they can’t be thrown away, they have to be handled according to state and federal regulations that address storage, labeling, and transportation, and they have to be recycled at a permitted facility.
IRN’s Universal Waste program addresses all of these standards, and we’ll also provide the storage containers, labels, records of recycling, and other items needed to remain in full regulatory compliance. We do all this at a cost that’s more than competitive, at the same time we let you recycle Universals with a dozen other materials. The combination of cost and convenience is huge.