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RECYCLING FLUORESCENT BULBS
The use of fluorescent light bulb tubes and compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) has been increasingly encouraged over the past years because of its energy efficiency. While fluorescent tubes are commonly used in commercial businesses, CFLs offer the same type of efficiency to private homes.
Fluorescent bulbs last up to 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs, decreasing waste, expense, and pollution caused by production. Despite the benefits of fluorescent bulbs, consumers still need to practice responsible use and recycling of this material. Fluorescent bulbs contain small amounts of mercury that, if compounded, is damaging to the environment.
fluorescent bulbs prevent mercury from being released openly.
Recyclers use mercury and the other materials used for other
businesses using large quantities of fluorescent bulbs can start
a regular recycling program for their facility. Consider these
options to assist the management of recycling.
BULB RECYCLING PROCESS
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