Recycling Laws and Regulations State-specific recycling information for PA, NJ, NY, CT, RI, MA, VT, NH, and ME, as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s national website and EPA Region 1 (New England), Region 2 (NY, NJ), and Region 3 (PA, DE, MD, VA, WVA, DC). There are also links to the recycling sites for Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia.
Additional Resources for educational institutions, hospitals and other healthcare organizations, and hospitality properties, as well as additional nongovernment information. Also links related to sustainable building and construction/demolition recycling, moving and relocation firms who are activein facilitating reuse of surplus property, and general resources.
Questions and Answers about IRN and what we do.
Fun Facts about waste reduction and recycling – things you may want to put up on your own website, or use to encourage interest and support for recycling in your own organization.
You can download and print the two labels most commonly used for IRN shipments. These are formatted to print on Avery Template 5664:
Generic Universal Waste label Containers holding Universal Wastes need to be labeled to comply with state and federal regulation. The label identifies the material type, the shipper, and the date material was first placed in the container.
Universal Waste shipping label This IRN label is required on every container holding Universal Wastes that we pick up.
IRN Bill of Lading (BOL) A BOL is required by regulation for every pickup we make. This Excel formatted form can be completed and then printed electronically, or printed and completed by hand.