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Certified Product and Package Disposal


For manufacturers and retailers of consumer products, the security of your customers, your reputation and the environment, responsible consumer product disposal is of utmost importance. That’s why any time you have products that are expired, re-called, defective, returned, or otherwise unusable, they require prompt disposal and will likely require specialised handling.


These consumer items can include:

  • Vitamins and Supplements

  • Food and Beverages

  • Cosmetics

  • Furniture

  • Medication and Pharmaceuticals

  • Cannabis Products

  • Clothing and Textiles

  • Electronics


The significance of safe consumer product disposal may be demonstrated by observing past scandals involving companies that did not properly handle their defective consumer products. When faced with a surplus containing off-specification, outdated, or returned merchandise, the responsible and legal approach is to recycle, reuse or otherwise find the most ecological and cost-effective method of managing these waste streams.


Certified product destruction is important whenever your company can face consequences from products being disposed of in their original state. The Waste Management Rules (2021) points that every company is responsible for the ultimate destination of their hazardous waste. Certified product disposal protects your products from falling into the wrong hands, being sold illegally, or disposed of unethically. One consumer being harmed by one of these off-spec products could cost your organization millions of dollars. Ensuring that your unusable products are effectively destroyed is essential to ensuring harmful chemicals, toxins or substances don’t discharge into the environment.


Certified Product Disposal is ideal for:

  • Defective Products

  • Expired Products

  • Quality-Assurance Failed Products

  • Items Damaged in Transit

  • Surplus Inventory

  • Products Containing Hazardous Substances

  • FDA Warning

  • Factory Recall

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