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Recycling CFL and HID Bulbs

CFL (Compact Fluorescent Light) Bulbs

HID (High-Intensity Discharge) Bulbs

  • Linear, U-tube, and circle

  • Fluorescent bulbs

  • Bug zappers

  • Tanning bulbs

  • Black lights

  • Germicidal bulbs

  • High-output bulbs

  • Cold cathode fluorescent bulbs

  • Metal Halide

  • Ceramic metal halide (warehouse style)

  • High-pressure sodium and mercury vapor

Why Is Recycling Bulbs Important?

  • Recycling prevents the release of mercury into the atmosphere. 

  • 100% of CFL and HID bulbs are recyclable.

  • Eliminate the negative PR that is associated with irresponsible recycling practices.

  • The EPA is adopting strict regulations for the disposal of CFLs and HIDs. In 2017, Michigan is expected to join eight other states in banning the disposal of such bulbs into any landfill. 

RRR Has The Solution

  • Recycling prevents the release of mercury into the atmosphere. 

  • 100% of CFL and HID bulbs are recyclable.

  • Eliminate the negative PR that is associated with irresponsible recycling practices.

  • The EPA is adopting strict regulations for the disposal of CFLs and HIDs. In 2017, Michigan has banned the disposal of such bulbs into any landfill. 

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