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EcoLights solution to Washington’s
new mandatory recycling law

Beginning January 1, 2013, all Washington businesses and government agencies will be required to recycle their used mercury-containing lights. To help businesses and governments meet this new requirement, EcoLights is offering an easy way to recycle spent lamps through our pre-paid box kit recycling program.

EcoLights has created a simple and convenient way to manage your used fluorescent tubes, High Intensity Discharge (HID), and compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) in an environmentally sound, yet cost effective fashion. For a single price our program includes:

  • On-line ordering of pre-paid recycling kits;
  • Delivery of recycling kits to your site via Fed-Ex;
  • Specially designed boxes and pails for collection of waste materials, protective liner bags, and all packaging instructions for filling at your site;
  • Return shipping to EcoLights’ processing facility via Fed-Ex;
  • Environmentally sound recycling of the contents of the kit, helping keep you compliant with the law;
  • Final Certificate of Recycling emailed to you with processing dates and amount of material recycled;
  • On-line accessible records of materials recycled by facility.

Our program offers you and your business a turnkey solution to comply with the new mandatory lamp recycling law. Visit our online store for details.

For further information about Washington’s new fluorescent lamp recycling law, visit our FAQ.

Starting January 1, 2013, it will be illegal for businesses and residents to throw mercury-containing lights in the trash. EcoLights has the information on the law and what it means for you.
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All fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) contain small amounts of mercury. Nationwide, only about 25% of the 680 million lights discarded each year are recycled. The remainder is disposed of in solid waste landfills and incinerators. In Washington this represents over 15 million lamps per year.
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