In our ongoing dedication to the community, Cleanlites has once again offered its services free of charge to local charities Big Brothers Big Sisters & March of Dimes. Unlike municipal recycling, universal waste recycling is not free, and the proper disposal of bulbs, ballasts, and other materials can get expensive.

Our goal at Cleanlites is not only to make recycling effortless, but also benefitting for the community. That is why we make an effort to work non-profits and charities to recycle material they otherwise might be stuck with. At Cleanlites we value the work we do for the environment outside us, but also for the community around us.


March of Dimes is a non-profit that helps mothers give birth to healthy infants. Working around the nation, March of Dimes not only helps with infant health, but provides valuable resources to families who have premature infants or babies with health problems. We were happy to help March of Dimes recycle all of their universal waste and hazardous material at no charge.


Big Brother Big Sisters (BBBS) is a community building cornerstone. Working through an extensive volunteer network, BBBS has helped millions through its leadership and community building model. We were pleased to help BBBS recycle their old fluorescent bulbs safety and for free.

As an environmental company we are proud of the work we do for the environment, but we never lose sight of our responsibility to the community as well. We are proud to help where we can with the service we provide.