Universal waste management programs promote the collection and recycling of a certain widely generated subset of hazardous wastes, known as universal waste.10 Currently, there are four types of wastes covered under universal waste regulations: hazardous waste batteries, pesticides, mercury-containing equipment, and fluorescent lamps (40 CFR Part 273). The State-by-State Universal Waste Resource Locator provides information for specific jurisdictions (Figure 3).11
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