Lamp Recycling

OK, so you’re smart enough that you don’t have incandescent light bulbs in your house anymore (right?!), but when they eventually burn out, then what? Developed by the lamp section of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, this site provides a one-stop source of information about spent fluorescent and high intensity discharge lamp recycling. Under Federal hazardous waste laws, lamp users are responsible for complying with disposal standards. “All fluorescent and most high intensity discharge lamps contain mercury, a naturally occurring element that is pervasive in the environment. It is important that lamps and other products containing mercury be properly managed to protect public health and the environment.”

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