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LampMaster’s Mercury Device Recycling Kits hold up to 1 lb of elemental mercury per container.
Must Not Exceed 1 Pound of Elemental Mercury per Container.
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 Mercury Device Recycling Kit 1gal is a simple, but effective way to responsibly recycle any devices containing mercury. These devices must be designated as Universal Waste (rather than Hazardous Waste) by the state in which they are collected. This will vary from state to state but some examples that meet the requirement in most states are mercury-containing thermostats and mercury-containing equipment such as thermometers, barometers, manometers, relay and tilt switches, flame sensors, etc.
These requirements are strictly enforced and customers must ensure that the total mercury content of all devices is under the 1 lb net weight threshold for each container and that the materials recycled meet the standards of Universal Waste. If you have any questions as to whether your devices are Universal Waste or will meet the 1 lb net weight maximum, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include pictures if possible.
The LampMaster team is fully licensed and certified to accept these materials, so you can be sure you are in full compliance with your state and federal recycling regulations.
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.
The EPA allows collection of Universal Waste for up to one year. So even if you don't have enough to fill your kit right away, you can hold on to it and continue to collect for up to a year after your initial collection date.