Everyday materials sometimes produce hazardous waste that should not go into the landfill. This video training explores the proper ways to deal with kind of universal waste. Universal waste is a separate class of hazardous waste and must be treated using appropriate safety standards. Viewers learn about the different types of universal waste and the correct ways to dispose of them. Specifics practices related to batteries, pesticides, mercury-containing equipment, lamps, and aerosol cans are demonstrated. It is important to protect people and the environment from harm by taking care of universal waste. Use this video to educate employees about best practices to deal with universal waste.