mixed lamp recycling News

  • Recycle Online

    Recycle Online offer various sizes of containers for bulk recycling of light bulbs, batteries, electonic waste and lamp ballasts. The item price includes the container, outbound and return shipping, recycling fees, and recycling documentation. Bulk recycling straight fluorescent (2ft or less), HID, u-bend, and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) and LEDs. Container capacity 79 lbs. Bulk recycling ...

    By Recycle Online

  • Compact Fluorescent Disposal Simplified

    CFLs have gained momentum with the latest green push and Wal-Mart's commitment to sell 100 million over the next year. Despite high front-end costs, compact fluorescents use 50-80% less energy and last up to 10 times longer than traditional incandescents. Additionally, CFLs reduce air and water pollution, give off high-quality light and can be used nearly everywhere. Despite the obvious ...

    By Air Cycle Corporation

  • New solution for separating single-layer PET trays from PET bottles

    TOMRA has made it possible to separate single-layer PET trays from PET bottles, enhancing the previous capability of its AUTOSORT machine to separate multi-layer trays. This breakthrough is commercially significant because small but critical differences in the chemical properties of PET food trays and PET bottles mean that they have to be separated for equivalent-product recycling. The key to ...

    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • UV technology for TOC reduction in Power plants and Semi-conductor industries

    ESCO International has recently designed and supplied TOC UV reduction systems for a power plant in Russia successfully treating process water to reduce TOC levels from 700 ppb to below 100 ppb. Our scope of supply included three UV systems to be installed after a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system and, before a membrane degasifier, EDI and polishing mixed bed, with process water flow rate of 25 m3/h ...

    By ESCO International (EI)

  • 176% Rise in Metal Prices, 260% Rise in Energy Prices Marks Era of Soaring Costs as Resources Decline

    Rapidly rising prices - metal up by 176 per cent, rubber by 350 per cent, and energy by 260 per cent since 2000 - signal a potentially crippling trend of increasing costs as current consumption patterns rapidly deplete the world's non-renewable resources, according to a new report released today. Decoupling 2: Technologies, Opportunities and Policy Options, produced by the United Nations ...

    By US Department of Energy

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