fluorescent light tube recycling

Fluorescent tube and light bulb recycling for businesses ...

Did you know that several of your fluorescent tubes and light bulbs are classified as hazardous materials in Quebec? Indeed, fluorescent tubes as well as several types of light bulbs contain mercury, a hazardous metal that is damageable to the human health and the environment.

LightRecycle

A range of recycling options exist through the program for large volume generators with lighting products used in institutional, commercial or industrial applications. Depending on the type and volume of products, large volume generators such as businesses, contractor, relampers, schools, hospitals…

Recycling Program | The Home Depot Canada

Paint and compact fluorescent bulb and tube recycling. The Home Depot Canada no longer accepts paint and compact fluorescent light bulbs and tubes for recycling in our stores.

How to Recycle Fluorescent Tubes | Earth911.com

Fluorescent lamps are considered hazardous waste (HHW), so they don't belong in the recycling bin (even if your curbside program accepts glass and metal, the main materials inside the tube).

LightRecycle Collection Site Locator

Collection Site Locator. Follow the steps below to find a LightRecycle location near you. Be sure to reference the accepted products list for your region! Note: Recycling commercial volumes is only offered in British Columbia, Quebec and PEI. 1 Enter location. This is a required field. 2 Enter volume. Residential For quantities less than 16 units of light bulbs and 16 units of tubes ...

How to Dispose of Fluorescent Tubes Safely | LoveToKnow

Recycling and disposing of fluorescent tubes appropriately helps prevent mercury from being released into the environment. By doing a few simple steps, you can dispose of fluorescent tubes with ease. By doing a few simple steps, you can dispose of fluorescent tubes with ease.

Lowe's Recycling Centres | Lowe's Canada

Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) Bulbs. Here's a bright idea. Bring your used CFL bulbs to Lowe's, where we'll dispose of them safely. Since they contain mercury, CFL bulbs should never be thrown out with regular waste.

compact fluorescent light bulbs - The Home Depot

Compact fluorescent light bulbs, also known as CFL light bulbs, last up to 10 times longer and use up to 75 percent less energy than traditional incandescent light bulbs. This guide will walk you through the latest CFL innovations and options.

LampRecycle - Official Site

Lighting manufacturers, through their trade association the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), developed lamprecycle.org to provide a one-stop source of information about recycling lamps (the term used in the lighting industry to refer to all types of light bulbs).

Home - LampRecycle

Lighting manufacturers, through their trade association the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), developed lamprecycle.org to provide a one-stop source of information about recycling lamps (the term used in the lighting industry to refer to all types of light bulbs).

Search form - Recycling Council of British Columbia

ReGeneration operates the province-wide LightRecycle program for fluorescent light tubes and compact fluorescent bulbs. This program also includes all other residential light bulbs such as incandescent, halogen, and light emitting diodes (LED's).

Welcome to K-light Recycling!

K-Light Recycling can process a wide range of fluorescent tubes and HID lamps. Lamps are crushed utilizing a self-contained crushing unit with an advanced filtration system specifically designed for trapping mercury and phosphor powder.

Recycling and Disposal of CFLs and Other Bulbs that ...

Recycling CFLs and other fluorescent bulbs allows the reuse of the glass, metals and other materials that make up fluorescent lights. Virtually all components of a fluorescent bulb can be recycled. Virtually all components of a fluorescent bulb can be recycled.

Recycle Lighting Equipment For FREE - Regional Recycling

Recycle Lighting Equipment. Regional Recycling makes recycling lighting equipment easy. We accept all types of lighting equipment for recycling including all lamps, ballast and fixtures for residential, commercial and industrial use.

Lighting – Green Deal

Lighting Compact Fluorescent and Fluorescent Tube Recycling. After Compact Fluorescent bulbs (CFL's) have spent their long lives helping reduce your electricity usage, …

Where to recycle Fluorescent tubes (up to 8') in Winnipeg ...

Product Care Association. Product Care is a not-for-profit industry sponsored association that manages... Product Care is a not-for-profit industry sponsored association that manages product stewardship programs for hazardous and special waste on behalf of its members across Canada.