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Dimension helps the California Government dispose of expired hand sanitizer


After the Covid-19 pandemic, many Governmental institutions in California were left with surplus inventory of hand sanitizer. Needless to say, those products are expired and sitting in their respective warehouses, posing a risk to their employees and communities around.


Our clients required a cost effective and environmentally friendly solution. Different institutions such as School Districts, DMV, DPH and others reached out to us for assistance in disposing of their expired hand sanitizer in a compliant manner.

Our Solution

We recognized the pressing need for safe and environmentally friendly disposal of expired hand sanitizers. Leveraging our expertise in hazardous waste management, we developed a comprehensive solution that allows us to recycle expired hand sanitizer

Transportation and Disposal

Our trained professionals safely transport expired hand sanitizer from our clients’ locations to global factories for Ethanol Reclamation.

Ethanol Reclamation

Our global partners will receive and recycle expired hand sanitizer, reclaiming ethanol, which will be used to replace products derived from non-renewable sources such as fossil fuels.

Documentation and Compliance

We manage all documentation, including manifests and certificates of disposal, to ensure full compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.

Cost Effective

Our global reach allows us to send expired hand sanitizers to ethanol recycling facilities abroad, offering a cost-saving disposal solution that is less than half the price of domestic alternatives.

We take pride in offering an environmentally friendly and cost-effective solution for expired hand sanitizer. By partnering with us, our clients mitigate risks, achieve regulatory compliance, and demonstrate a commitment to sustainability.

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