Welcome to our Resources page. Here, our industry experts have shared their knowledge to help you better understand the complexities of how your organization can protect people and brands, promote health and safeguard the environment we all share.
Get the information you need to keep your company and brand safe from the effects of a product recall. Download our case studies, white papers, articles and Canadian Recall Index to learn about best practices, market trends and ways to minimize risk when conducting a recall.
Learn more about some of the other recalls through which ExpertRECALL has helped clients navigate.Browse Our Case Studies
Is your company prepared for a recall? Read our informative white papers and articles to learn how you can protect your brand and reputation.Browse Our White Papers and Articles
With our Canadian Recall Index, discover key statistics and insights into the Canadian recall landscape—and see where trends are heading.Download the Canadian Recall Index
Did you know that Stericycle can act as a site solution provider for manufacturers looking to achieve zero-waste-to-landfill goals? We can manage all non-viable materials leaving your facility, with a goal of increased reuse and reduced waste generation, while controlling costs and adhering to all of your corporate policies and regulatory requirements.
See what we’ve done for one Canadian manufacturer by downloading our case study here: Case Study: On the Path to “Zero Waste to Landfill”
Review our six steps to keep retail businesses compliant with hazardous waste requirements—avoiding fines, brand damage and harm to employees or the environment. Download our Retail Insider article, “Hazardous Waste in Retail Settings: Protect Your Business, Your Employees and the Environment.”
From garbage, recycling and secured document destruction to medical waste, pharmaceuticals and sharps, an integrated waste services procurement strategy can save you time and money. Download our white paper to find out how: “Three reasons why your hospital, shared services organization and/or group purchasing organization should consider a single tender for waste management.”
Even though they’re aware of the need for proper waste disposal, the majority of Canadian healthcare facilities don’t handle their regulated medical waste and other waste correctly. For tips and ideas on how to help your facility stay compliant, download our white paper: “Medical Waste Segregation: Avoiding Compliance Errors.”