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lamp recycling container equipment

  • BulbPack - Lamp Recycling Containers

    EPT's innovative disposal package for mercury-based fluorescent lamps. These convenient lamp recycling containers are ideal for use in numerous industries including; commercial properties, schools/colleges, hospitals, industrial facilities, environmental firms, and government agencies.

    By EnviroPack Technologies based in Plaistow, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Blubox - Lamp Recycling Plant

    The BLUBOX enables to process all kind of lamps in one machine. The recycling of fluorescent tubes is done in a batch process. Means that the lamps are filled in a mixer, where these are broken down and crushed to smaller particles. At the same time, escaping mercurial lamp powder is captured by the exhaust gas system. All compact lamps are ...

    By Blubox Trading AG based in Birrwil, SWITZERLAND.

  • Herborn - Lamp Recycling System

    The patented mobile and stationary lamp recycling method “system herborn” ensures a professional, environmentally friendly and economical recycling of discharge lamps containing harmful substances, outmatching by far the regulations imposed by law. “system herborn” use air for the transport of all material inside the ...

    By Herborn GmbH Lamp Recycling based in Ginsheim-Gustavsburg, GERMANY.

  • Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Drums

    Environmentally friendly and cost effective method of lamp recycling. Fluorescent lamps fall into the category of ''universal waste'' and do not require UN rated containers to transport. Drums have no printing.

    By BASCO, Inc based in University Park, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • EasyPak PalletPak Lamp Recycling Kit

    It’s more than just a box. Includes the container, online account features, shipping to a certified recycling center, recycling charges, and a certificate of recycling, all for one low fee!

    By My Eco Lamp, LLC based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Blubox - Lamp and Flat Panel Display Recycling Plant

    The BLUBOX was developed to recycle flat panel displays and lamps containing mercury. The machine separates the hazardous particles and extracts valuable output fractions for further processing. This fully automated process is packed in a 40ft HC container, which is constantly under negative pressure and therefore meets highest safety standards. ...

    By Blubox Trading AG based in Birrwil, SWITZERLAND.

  • EasyPak 8 Inch VaporShield Lamp Recycling Box

    It’s more than just a box. Includes the streamlined VaporShield® container, shipping to a certified recycling center, recycling charges, and a certificate of recycling, all for one low fee!

    By My Eco Lamp, LLC based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • EasyPak U-Bend & H.I.D Lamp Recycling Box

    It’s more than just a box. Includes the container, online account features, shipping to a certified recycling center, recycling charges, and a certificate of recycling, all for one low fee!

    By My Eco Lamp, LLC based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • EasyPak 4 Inch VaporShield Jumbo Lamp Recycling Box

    It’s more than just a box. Includes the streamlined VaporShield® container, shipping to a certified recycling center, recycling charges, and a certificate of recycling, all for one low fee!

    By My Eco Lamp, LLC based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • LCD Depollution - Fully Automated Process to Remove Hazardous Waste Materials

    LCD screens are an example of electronics which have not been designed with recycling in mind. Most LCD screens which are now end of life use mercury lamps as a backlight for the screen. Because mercury is very toxic in small amounts it is necessary to contain the mercury which is liberated during recycling. The easiest way to do this would be to ...

  • Thermostats

    A significant number of thermostats still on the wall contain mercury, which is a potent neurotoxin. Mercury is used as a component of a mechanical tilt switch in thermostats, consisting of a glass bulb filled with inert gas and approximately three grams of mercury. Since many thermostats contain more than one switch, the average thermostat ...

    By Product Stewardship Institute, Inc. based in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

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