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Recycling

  • CFL Disposal / Recycling

  • CFL Disposal / Recycling
    The EPA strongly encourages the recycling of all CFLs and other fluorescent light bulbs because it reduces the chance that mercury ends up in the environment. The EPA strongly encourages the recycling of all CFLs and other fluorescent light bulbs because it reduces the chance that mercury ends up in the environment.
    For more information specific to your state, consult your state environmental regulatory agency.

    If your state or local environmental regulatory agency offers no other disposal options except your household garbage, place the fluorescent light bulb in a plastic bag and seal it before putting it in the trash. If your waste agency incinerates its garbage, you should search a wider geographic area for proper disposal options. Never send a fluorescent light bulb or any other mercury-containing product to an incinerator.


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