Solutions for electronic & universal waste

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Electronic & Universal Waste

What is the E-Waste Problem?

According to the World Economic Forum, only 20% of all electronic waste is actually recycled. Each year 50 million tons of e-waste are created, and many states have regulatory bans on landfilling e-waste and other universal wastes. Additionally, disposing of electronics can pose concern for security and identity theft risks. Managing e-waste and universal waste in a cost-effective way challenges operations of all sizes.

Through our partner network, we offer solutions to help ensure your e-waste and universal waste is disposed of securely and sustainably, while maintaining government compliance.

Contact us to start exploring solutions.

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What is Universal Waste?

Universal waste can be a confusing term. Check out the below infographic which breaks it down and learn more about Link’s solutions.

Managing Universal Waste & Beyond

Getting a handle on all materials leaving your facility is an important step to tackling your waste diversion goals, and Link can help you get there.

We can help manage the following, in addition to e-waste:

  • Plastics
  • Vendor consolidation (all waste streams — 1 invoice!)
  • Cardboard
  • Box reuse
  • Food waste
  • Destruction loads of obsolete inventory
  • Universal waste
  • Pallets
  • Metals
  • Warehouse Optimization
  • Trash & single stream recycling
  • Hazardous waste
  • Equipment and containers
  • Verification of vendor outlets



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