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About EcoLights

EcoLights was created in 1996 to offer proper management and recycling of mercury bearing light tubes and both PCB and non-PCB ballasts. EcoLights is the only licensed “final destination” lamp recycler in Washington and the largest in the Pacific Northwest. Now, with the EcoLights Mail-Pak, we can offer convenient fluorescent lamp recycling services across the United States (except Alaska and Hawaii).

In addition to straight fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps, we also recycle high intensity discharge lamps (HID), Ultra Violet lamps (UV) and batteries. EcoLights collects and consolidates PCB and non-PCB ballasts from our customers for proper management. We work with a permitted PCB ballast recycler to properly manage all PCB bearing materials. We have a policy of recycling all PCB containing devices and incinerating all PCBs.

With the expansion of the Universal Waste Rule in 2000, EcoLights became legally able to accept other mercury bearing devices from customers. These materials include thermostats, thermometers, manometers, blood pressure monitor cuffs, mercury switches and a host of other mercury bearing devices.

Our services are designed to help our customers comply with laws regarding the handling of hazardous materials, help them reduce their long-term legal liabilities, minimize the disposal of hazardous waste and help protect the environment that we all share.

EcoLights (Lamp drop-off):  1915 South Corgiat Drive, Seattle, WA 98108
Monday - Friday: 7 AM to 3:30 PM


About Total Reclaim
Our parent company, Total Reclaim was formed in 1990 to help industry and government agencies comply with the requirements of the 1990 Amendments to the Clean Air Act. Today, Total Reclaim is the leading recycler of computers and electronics in the Pacific Northwest. They offer a wide variety of innovative environmental services for management of electronics and other hard-to-handle materials, including refrigerant gases and appliances. More information is available at http://www.totalreclaim.com/.


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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