Pollution Prevention Pays

blobfetch[1].pngWhen you see this symbol on a product it means you should recycle it when you dispose of it.  Universal waste is defined as a hazardous waste. The disposal of universal waste in the trash is prohibited by law. The following are examples of universal waste: fluorescent lamps and tubes, batteries, computer and television monitors and electronic devices.  Not all products are clearly defined as to the type of waste they might be so it pays to investigate.

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Universal Waste Guidelines