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  • Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Service

    Today's energy efficient fluorescent lamps are ever-present and provide many environmental and efficiency benefits. However, because they contain mercury, they must be recycled properly in accordance with local, state, federal and industry guidelines. URT provides full-service and comprehensive lamp recycling services. Your lamps will be recycled ...

    By Universal Recycling Technologies based in Janesville, WISCONSIN (USA). from Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Service Service line

  • Lamp and Light Bulb Recycling

    Properly and responsibly recycling the millions of fluorescent lamps that are generated each year is very important. Lamps contain harmful substances that when discarded improperly, can pose risks to our health and the environment. Fluorescent, Compact fluorescent Lamps (CFL’s), High Intensity Discharge Lamps (HID’s), U-tube, and ...

    By Region 8 Enviro LLC based in Wheat Ridge, COLORADO (USA). from Lamp and Light Bulb Recycling Service line

  • Sodium Lamp Recycling Services

    The UK depends on Son and Sox sodium discharge lamps for the bulk of its street and highway lighting. In addition this form of lighting is used in many other external and internal applications such as site illumination and high bay warehouse and factory lighting. This is because these lamps offer the most cost effective method of satisfactorily ...

    By Mercury Recycling Limited based in Trafford Park, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Cost Effective Lamp Recycling

    National Waste Associates offers a variety of cost-effective solutions for recycling light bulbs and electronic waste for retailers, restaurants, other multi location companies, and large producers. Our bulk recycling programs are designed for larger quantities of waste such as pallets or truckloads shipped on a regular or project basis, such as ...

    By National Waste Associates based in Glastonbury, CONNECTICUT (USA).

  • Recycling Mercury-Containing Equipment

    Mercury-containing equipment is a device or part of a device (including thermostats, but excluding batteries and lamps) that contains elemental mercury integral to its function. Thermometers, barometers, manometers, and some of the older style blood pressure instruments are devices that contain elemental mercury. Mercury-containing equipment that ...

    By Region 8 Enviro LLC based in Wheat Ridge, COLORADO (USA). from Recycling Mercury-Containing Equipment Service line

  • Lamp and Ballast

    Veolia Environmental Services provides cost- effective solutions for recycling fluorescent lamps and ballast. Today's lighting systems are more energy efficient and environmentally friendly than ever before. Nevertheless, hazardous materials such as mercury may be contained in lighting waste. Environmental regulations require this waste be managed ...

    By Veolia North America, Industrial Business based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Lamp and Ballast Service line

  • Lamp, Ballast, Battery and CRT Recycling

    Batteries, lamps, ballasts and computer equipment may contain mercury, lead and other heavy metals, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) or battery acid, all of which are considered toxic and hazardous to human health and the environment. The federal government and all 50 states have enacted rules and regulations to manage the recycling and disposal ...

    By Veolia North America, Industrial Business based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Lamp, Ballast, Battery and CRT Recycling Service line

  • Fluorescent Lamp Recycling / Disposal Process

    The Phosphor found inside fluorescent lamps - not only the familiar tubes, but the new 'energy saver' lamps designed to replace conventional incandescent light bulbs - contains mercury. For that reason, used fluorescent lamps need to be handled and disposed of carefully. When one breaks or implodes, it releases mercury into the air and anyone ...

    By Eastern Environmental Technologies, Inc based in Port Chester, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Light Bulbs and Lamps Recycling Services

    Our unique and proprietary process is equipped to handle all types of light bulbs, including, but not limited to:

    By Environmental Disposal Solutions (EDS) based in Winnipeg, , MANITOBA (CANADA).

  • Crushed Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Services

    Crushing fluorescent lamps with the Bulb Eater is a great way to cut down on storage costs and the space wasted from storing spent intact lamps. However, what do you do with the lamps after they have been crushed? With Air Cycle's Bulk Pickups, you can continue enjoying cost-effective recycling solutions after you have crushed your lamps, ...

    By Air Cycle Corporation based in Lisle, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Recycling / Reuse

    Solvent Recovery. Fuel-Blending. Rags / Towels. Absorbent Pads, Booms, Pillows. Metals Recovery. Flourescent Lamps / Mercury Containing.

    By Safeway Environmental Services, Inc. (SES) based in Glencoe, ALABAMA (USA).

  • Universal Waste Lamp

    Medclean is a Transporter of Universal Waste Lamps and Devices Small Quantity Handler Facility for Universal Waste Lamps and Devices (Less than 2,000kg of Lamps (8,000) and/or 100kg of Devices for 1 Year) Chapter 62-737, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), (copy enclosed) specifies several other requirements including packaging, training and ...

    By MedClean Management Solutions,Inc. based in Dickinson, TEXAS (USA). from Universal Waste Lamp Service line

  • UV Lamp Disposal Services

    The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive requires that all used electronic products (which includes ultraviolet lamps) must be recycled/disposed-of separately from normal household waste in order to optimise re-use and recycling. This also helps to reduce the quantity of waste placed in landfills and helps to regulate harmful ...

    By Alpha-Purify based in Woodford Halse, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Recycling Services

    After sorting, zinc-carbon and alkaline-manganese batteries, 85-90% by weight of the total consumer battery market, are recycled in a certified facility developed by REDUX. The technical facilities at our locations enable us to also recycle zinc-carbon batteries (ZnC), alkaline-manganese batteries (AlMn), nickel-metal hydride batteries (NiMh) and ...

    By Redux Recycling GmbH based in Dietzenbach, GERMANY.

  • Electronics Recycling

    Veolia Environmental Services offers solutions for both large and small quantities of lighting and electronic waste. Our recycling programs are designed to assure compliance with federal and state regulations, safely and cost effectively. With our turnkey services, we handle every step of the recycling process, from packaging, transporting and ...

    By Veolia North America, Industrial Business based in Chicago, ILLINOIS (USA). from Electronics Recycling Service line

  • WEEE Recycling

    No matter what business or industry you’re in,ShPhas a solution to help you manage and comply with theWEEEdirective.

    By ShP Limited based in Morecamb, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Pre-Paid Recycling

    For smaller facilities, try using our pre-paid recycling program, EasyPak. One price includes shipping to the recycling center, recycling fees and a Certificate of Recycling.

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

  • Fluorescent Tube Recycling Services

    The Mercury from 1 single Fluorescent Tube is enough to pollute 30,000 Litres of Water beyond the safe drinking level in the UK. Fluorescent Tubes contain in general 94% Glass, 4% Ferrous and Non ferrous metals, and 2% Phosphor Powder, It is within this phosphor powder that the most hazardous element is contained- Mercury. The Environment Agency ...

    By Mercury Recycling Limited based in Trafford Park, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Waste & Recycling Services

    When it comes to recycling, we can find a way to recycle just about anything – from traditional recyclables like paper and cardboard to the more unique widgets your facility produces. Below are some of our recycling programs we offer; however, we also work tirelessly to find ways to recover and recycle non-traditional items as well.

    By William-Thomas Group Inc. based in Cincinnati, OHIO (USA).

  • Universal Waste Recycling Program Services

    Universal Waste is a category of waste materials not designated as 'hazardous waste', but containing materials that need to be prevented from free release into the environment. It is defined in 40 CFR part 273, by the United States Environmental Protection Agency but states may also have corollary regulations regarding these materials.

    By International Environmental Alliance (IEA) based in Tustin, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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