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LampMaster’s 4ft Shatter Shield Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Kits hold up to 16-T12 or 39-T8 tube-shaped lamps. This kit should ONLY be used for lamps with clear plastic coating or “Shatter Shield”.
Each LampMaster Recycling Kit includes everything you need to recycle your lamps, batteries, or electronic waste. We will ship you a container with a prepaid return label. Fill and pack the container and follow the included return instructions. Once received, we will send you a Certificate of Recycling so you know your Universal Waste was handled and recycled responsibly. Continental U.S. use only. Not available in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
The LampMaster 4ft Shatter Shield Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Kit is a simple, but effective way to make sure you are staying in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency, also known as the EPA Universal Waste recycling regulations. By recycling your "shatter shield" fluorescent bulbs instead of throwing them in dumpsters or trash compactors, you are preventing mercury from being deposited into our communities’ landfills. By responsibly disposing of your fluorescent lamps, you also allow for the reuse of glass, metal, and other materials. With the purchase of the LampMaster Recycling Services, Inc 4 ft recycling kit, you can collect, package, and safely ship up to 16-T12 lamps (1.5” Diameter) or 39-T8 lamps (1” Diameter). After ordering your fluorescent light bulb recycling kit, you are another step closer to keeping your home or business environmentally responsible.
If our Shatter Shield Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Kit 4ft isn't the right size for your needs, we offer Shatter Shield Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Kit 8ft.
EPA recommends that consumers take advantage of available local options for recycling fluorescent bulbs and other bulbs that contain mercury, and all other household hazardous wastes, rather than disposing of them in regular household trash.
Recycling prevents the release of mercury into the environment. fluorescent bulbs often break when thrown into a dumpster, trash can or compactor, or when they end up in a landfill or incinerator.
Other materials in the bulbs get reused. Recycling fluorescent bulbs allows reuse of the glass, metals and other materials that make up fluorescent lights. Virtually all components of a fluorescent bulb can be recycled.
All of our recycling kits come with instructions, packing materials, and a prepaid return shipping label, making it simple to return your materials to one of our recycling centers.