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posted: 10/17/2012 11:01 AM

Stericycle redesigns website

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LAKE FOREST -- Stericycle, Inc. has enhanced and relaunched its website to to better serve its growing customer base of more than a half-million customers worldwide.

The new site contains more meaningful and relevant information presented in streamlined website pages, the company said in a release.

"Our new website better reflects our leadership in protecting people and reducing risk around the globe," said Charles A. Alutto, Stericycle CEO-Elect. "Its augmented content emphasizes our long-standing expertise, while highlighting some of our newer, specialized service lines. We are pleased to provide fresh information and features to help our website visitors find the answers they need to safely run their businesses."

Updated navigation features allow visitors easy access to Frequently Asked Questions and associated responses. Additionally, helpful links assist users in navigating the complex requirements related to specialized waste or recall/product withdrawal situations.

A direct customer login provides access to valued compliance resources from multiple points throughout the site. To accommodate changing technology trends, the site includes features that take advantage of mobile media, including touch-to-talk phone numbers. It adds new opportunities for communication through its newly introduced blog and Google +1, in addition to its current social media networks: LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.

The previous version of was launched in 2007, at which time Stericycle reported $932 million in revenue, served 394,600 customers in six countries, and employed 6,342 people. Today, the corporation is trending over $1.8 billion in annual revenue, serves approximately 534,000 customers in 12 countries, and employs more than 11,000 people worldwide.

Stericycle is a provider of regulated medical waste management services and pharmaceutical returns services to medical offices, hospitals and other health care providers.

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