The average US home has around 50 and 100 lamp sockets. Just think how many types of lamps and light bulbs you use in a single year. From incandescent to LEDs all have a purpose in your home. Light bulbs and lamps have gone through several innovations in the last few years. Rest assured, lamps containing mercury are no longer produced. We are recycling those that are still in use. Mercury is a dangerous element. If it is inhaled it can cause serious neurological damage.
Throwing mercury containing lamps and light bulbs in the trash is a hazard. The mercury present in them can contaminate water sources. Mercury poisoning can have a dire effect on the community. For this reason, our mercury recycling kits are the perfect way to dispose of light bulbs and lamps that contain mercury in them. Our recycling kits can easily store spent CFL and light bulbs.
Our bulb recycling kits can recycle:
● Coated Fluorescent Lamps
● Compact Fluorescent Lamp
● U-Bend Fluorescent
● High-Intensity Discharge lamps
● Shatter Shield Lamps
● UV Lamps
● LED Tubes
● T12 Lamps
● T8 Lamps
Our kits can recycle lamps and light bulbs as per their height.
Why Choose our Bulbs Recycling Kits?
Our Bulb recycling kits are the best in the market today. Our mail-in program is accessible across the United States. Anyone willing to dispose of light bulbs responsibly can do so with our recycling kits. As you can read above our light bulb recycling kits accept all types of lamps. The main reason we are pushing towards recycling lamps and light bulbs is because many contain mercury. Which in turn is dangerous. It can cause neurological disorder and can lead to death.
Prepaid Shipping Tags
Customers prefer a simpler way to recycle their light bulbs. Recycle Technologies Mail-in program makes it easier for you to do so. To make matters easier, we have added prepaid shipping tags with all our recycling kits. This simple suggests that place all your spent light bulb in the cardboard box, seal and drop it at the nearest FedEx. In less than a day we will receive your lamps and your certificate of recycling will be issued. Our mail-in program is the most efficient way to properly dispose of light bulbs and lamps.
Certificate of Recycling
The certificate of recycling guarantees that you in no way have disposed lamps or light bulbs in local trash. Instead, you have done the earth a favor by recycling it using a certified recycler. This certificate protects you from state and federal offenses. It is not that is required, but some people are too nosy. Get back at them with our certificate of recycling. To remind them of the fact that unlike them, we recycle, so we can have a greener future for our children. Light bulb recycling is a collaborative effort. This means we must take the initiative if we want to lessen the amount that is present in landfills.
Reduce Mercury in Waste Streams
If no local recycling facilities are available, then the Recycle Technologies Mail-in program comes in handy. You can dispose of light bulbs and lamps from the comfort of the home. Recycling does wonders for the environment. There are many ways to reduce your carbon footprint. The best one is to use light bulb recycling kits. If you feel you have no clue what a recycling kit is. In that case, you can reach out to us, so we can not only provide how to use the light bulb recycling kit but also how you can protect yourself while doing so.
Safety is important to us. If you feel that your light bulbs or lamps are broken, in that case we also provide safety gloves that can help you dispose of broken glass in our recycling kits. Safety cut gloves provide the comfort and protection you wish when handing hazardous materials. With recycling technologies, we feel that it is better to be safe than sorry.
Recycle Technologies Mail-in program is the perfect opportunity to recycle your electronic waste without leaving the comfort of your home. Why spend so much on gas to go to the recycling facility, when you can save on gas and do it from your home? Only Recycle Technologies gives you this choice. We believe we can make the earth green together.