The Role Recycling Plays with E-Waste

By: BJ Neller   /   February 22, 2016

One of the drawbacks to living in the age of technology is how quickly those technologies become obsolete. All over the world landfills are overflowing with old phones, cables and computer components as the public eagerly awaits new technologies to replace them. This in turn has lead to the problem of e-waste and the challenge […]

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Don’t Let OSHA Get You

By: BJ Neller   /   July 2, 2015

For many people, medical waste disposal regulations are a nuisance. There are so many complicated OSHA rules about which bag what can go in. Does it go in the red bag, the biomedical bag, or the sharps container? Is it even considered bio hazardous waste? It’s true that complying with these guidelines can be confusing […]

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