Cobra Head Street Light Recycling Services
The current street light technology in the United States makes use of mainly high pressure sodium (HPS) lamps. This type of lighting consumes more electrical energy when compared to light emitting diode (LED) lamps. As the price of LED lighting continues to come down, municipalities are now considering replacement of their cobra head street light. We expect that electrical energy subsidies will be reduced in the future for all street lighting in towns, cities and on highways. This will accelerate the change-out from HPS to the LED cobra head street light.
Utility Recyclers International has a talented team of dedicated individuals who can assist you in the collection, transportation and recycling of these cobra head street lights. We can also offer disposal options of the HPS lamps which contain mercury and must be properly disposed of as opposed to landfilling.
We offer 100% recycling of the glass lens, the wire, the ferrous and non-ferrous metals and the capacitor in a typical Cobra head street light. Contact Utility Recyclers International to learn how our innovative recycling and disposal options can help you.