Our World, Our Responsibility!
Not to Mention it's the Law!
Laws for proper Universal Waste, Electronic Waste, and Clean Waste Recycling are covered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Devices containing harmful materials such as mercury and PCB's (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) need to be recycled responsibly because these hazardous materials do a great deal of damage to the environment. Some of these items include: fluorescent lamps, batteries, and bulbs.
Electronic Waste materials are also being regulated by government standards to enforce proper disposal and recycling processes. These waste materials also contain many dangerous elements that need to be properly handled and processed.
Clean Waste materials have been typically been disposed of in landfills or incinerated without enforcement for many years. Today, it makes sense to divert Clean Waste materials from the solid waste stream and find alternative uses for these commodities.
Have you taken a look at your Carbon Footprint lately? Your carbon footprint is the amount of carbon offset you produce during many of your daily activities. Through the process of recycling you can help to reduce your footprint and help to sustain the ecosystem!
REDUCE - REUSE - RECYCLE