Did you know that all fluorescent bulbs as well as High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps contain mercury and are regulated by the federal government as a universal waste? One phone call to (855) EARTH-55 and you can easily find out where to recycle light bulbs, including how to recycle fluorescent tubes and and other light bulbs with our EZ lamp recycling kits. After you ship your spent light bulbs to be recycled, you can easily retrieve a Certificate of Recycling online.
All fluorescent light bulbs managed through EZ on the Earth recycle kits are processed at the many lamp recycling facilities located throughout the country owned by our parent company Lighting Resources. Because almost every aspect of the bulb recycling process is managed at our state-of-the-art facilities this limits your overall liability. And as an additional precaution we carry $5 million of pollution liability insurance.
If you have pallet loads of bulbs for recycle these can be picked up the nationwide truck fleet operated by Lighting Resources.
Types of bulbs recycled:
- Fluorescent Tubes up to 8 feet in length
- Compact Fluorescent light bulbs
- Circular Fluorescent light bulbs
- U-Bend Fluorescent Tubes
- Biax bulbs
- Flood Lamps
- Incandescent light bulbs
- Halogen bulbs
- Neon, Argon and other Cold Cathode bulbs
- High Intensity Discharge (HID) bulbs
- Bi-Metal, Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium bulbs