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  • What Are the Best Fluorescent Bulb Disposal Options?

    A facility may also have the option of crushing lamps using a controlled emissions lamp crushing system before passing them on to a recycling company. Crushing lamps can reduce their volume, reducing the amount of storage space necessary and possibly reducing transportation costs.

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    By recycling a mercury containing lamp, you'll ensure that 99.98% of the mercury used in the lamp is recovered. Manufacturer investments in technology over the last two decades have reduced the amount of mercury used in lamps by nearly 95%.

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  • Mercury-Containing Light Bulb (Lamp) Basic Information ...

    It should be noted that lamp crushing can release mercury into the air and pose a health threat to crusher operators and building occupants if the crusher is not operating properly. Lamp crushing can pose a threat if operators do not have the appropriate protective equipment. Drum-top crushing is done using a mechanical device that fits on top ...

  • Fluorescent Bulb Crusher

    Prepaid boxes are filled and then shipped to the recycling center. A Certificate of Recycling is issued for documentation. Accessories • T5, T8, T12, T17 Entry Tubes – The size of the entry tube must correspond with the bulb size. • Drum Dolly – Provides mobility for the drum and Fluorescent Bulb Crusher • .

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  • Bulb Eater® 3 - Air Cycle

    The 0.001% emission rate from the Bulb Eater® lamp crushing system provides for less mercury vapor emission. Your workers are not only safer, but your liability is reduced! Cut costs - By pre-crushing the lamps, facilities are able to save money on their lamp recycling costs. Savings are typically anywhere from a dime to $1 per lamp!