Category: Hazardous Waste


Manage Construction Waste and Reduce Disposal Cost

Manage Construction Waste

Every year, tons of waste is produced by the construction industry. Solid waste of around 251 million tons is produced in the US annually. Waste production is normal in every type of industry, whether it is construction or any other. Still, if recycling or disposal is effective, it won’t create any problems. But less than […]

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How to Properly Eco-Recycle Your Lightbulbs

Properly Eco-Recycle

If you’re already a responsible human being and recycle, or if your business values environmentally friendly operation – or both – then you’re in a favorable position and we commend you. There are things that are a part of everyday life that should be recycled, but don’t exactly fall into the process of traditional recycling, […]

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Hazardous Waste: Everything You Need To Know

hazardous waste

Knowing how to handle and dispose of hazardous waste is an important topic. If you’ve stumbled on this blog post, there’s a good chance you already know why. If you don’t, to put it simply, you should know how to handle and dispose of hazardous waste for your own safety and the safety of those […]

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Tech Enabled Disinfecting Services

Tech Enabled Sanitizing Services

When it comes to progress of any kind, technology is usually at the front of it. Across industries, social movements, and within our own individual lives – technology can help us achieve more and do it more efficiently. We use our smartphones to bank and shop and our computers to organize and communicate quickly. And […]

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Global Biorisk Advisory Council

Global Biorisk Advisory Council

When you find yourself in need of legal representation, you look to the professionals. While everyone has varying levels of understanding of the law, we don’t hire just anyone to help us when we need legal counsel – we hire those who have gone through training and have proof their education level meets your needs. […]

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OSHA First Responder Awareness and Contamination Cleanup

Cappstone Is OSHA Certified

First responders have one of the most challenging careers, and also one of the biggest opportunities to make a positive impact. There is a lot that goes into the job of a first responder – from their technical knowledge, the need for procedural precision, their compassion for the ones they serve, and the responsibility to […]

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