For any questions, contact [email protected] Announcing the UCSC

For any questions, contact hazwaste@ucsc.edu Announcing the UCSC

For any questions, contact [email protected] Announcing the UCSC Green Labs Kimberly-Clark Nitrile Glove Recycling Program Green Labs Glove Recycling Program Website Heres How It Works 1. 2. Start collecting Kimberly-Clark (KC) nitrile gloves in a container in your lab (plastic liner allowed). Drop off the gloves at the KC Nitrile Glove Recycling Box in your building: Physical Sciences Building - room 101 Sinsheimer room 137 Biomed - room 208 Jack Baskin Engineering Building - room 202 Anthropology - SSI 439 Earth & Marine Sciences - 2nd floor C block by e-waste collection Long Marine Lab - in the mail room 2300 Delaware room C145 Recyclable Kimberly-Clark Gloves Accepted (CruzBuy) Purple Nitrile Sterling Nitrile Kimberly-Clark Purple Nitrile 6 mil 9.5 Cuff = 55080 55084 (100 Gloves/Pack) 12 Cuff = 55090, 50601 50604 (50 Gloves/Pack) Kimberly-Clark Sterling Gray Nitrile 3.5 mil 9.5 Cuff = 50705 50709 (200 Gloves/Pack) 12 Cuff = 53137 53141 (100 Gloves/Pack) Kimberly-Clark Lavender Nitrile 2 mil

Lavender Nitrile 9.5 Cuff = 52816 52820 (250 Gloves/Pack) For assistance setting up your favorites in CruzBuy, contact Making Your CruzBuy Purchase Easy [email protected] 1. Go to your favorites page in CruzBuy. 2. Select new folder (choose either personal or shared) and name it Kimberly Clark Gloves. 3. Then search for your preferred Kimberly Clark nitrile gloves by using the product numbers on previous page. 4. Once preferred glove type is selected, click on the Go drop down menu. 5. Under Go select Add to Favorites. 6. A pop-up will appear. Utilize the steps to (optionally) change the product name and choose the Kimberly Clark Gloves folder. Press submit. 7. Congratulations! Your gloves have been saved for easy access in your Favorites page. Questions & Answers Can only Kimberly Clark gloves be recycled? Yes. The gloves are being up-cycled (reused) and sold in the raw materials market for products. Raw materials must come from a known formulation of gloves. Each glove manufacturer has their own proprietary glove formulation, so we cannot accept other brands within the recycling program. Can you recycle other materials like latex & blended gloves? No. Right now, only nitrile is accepted. Can chemically contaminated gloves be recycled? The program will only recycle the gloves that are destined for the landfill. If you are disposing your gloves any other way (biohazard, hazwaste, etc.), they need to continue to be disposed that way. The program accepts autoclaved gloves. Can plastic bag liner be placed in the Glove Recycling Box? Yes. Non-latex bag liners can be recycled with all Kimberly Clark nitrile gloves. Are Kimberly Clark gloves more expensive than other brands? Usually not. While Kimberly Clark glove packs might appear more expensive, more gloves are incorporated into each pack. This makes the overall price equal to most other brands. Also take note that 12 inch cuffs vary in packaging/price from 9.5 inch cuffs. Where can I get more information about chemical compatibility and Kimberly-Clark gloves? The Chemical Resistance Guide offers the chemical compatibility for the Kimberly-Clark Purple and Sterling Nitrile gloves. The Lavender Nitrile glove does not have any chemical claims but will give better protection than latex gloves. Who do I contact when the cardboard recycling boxes are full? [email protected]

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