October 16, 2018
CORPORATIONS FIND IT EASIER THAN EVER TO COMPLY WITH
STATE UNIVERSAL WASTE REGULATIONS
BulbCycle Helps Corporations Dispose of Universal Waste
A California company is helping corporations comply with state regulations regarding universal waste. BulbCycle, based in San Diego, has created an innovative way to handle universal waste disposal and recycling – pre-paid mail back kits that are sent to be recycled when filled. Universal Waste is a category of common waste materials that are designated as “hazardous waste” but are generally found in businesses and households alike, including batteries, fluorescent bulbs, computers, ballasts, and much more.
After the 1995 Universal Waste Rule was put into place, most states simply adopted the rule as the boilerplate for their state regulations. Many states also incorporated additional stipulations into their universal waste disposal standards. BulbCycle’s leading-edge universal waste recycling program allows corporations to easily comply with state regulations while also saving time and money.
How it works:
With a 12-month window of time to fill each container, corporations utilizing BulbCycle’s mail back kits are finding it easier than ever to satisfy state regulations while keeping dangerous waste out of landfills.
BulbCycle is a national universal waste recycling program based in San Diego, California. Founded in 2014, BulbCycle’s mail back recycling kit program helps individuals and corporations recycle universal waste goods via safe and economically viable means.
Contact: Andrew Ajello
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