Recycling Service Container Program For Fluorescent Lamps & Batteries

We are all faced with rising costs, reduced budgets, and concerns about staying eco-friendly.
RecycLights provides a solution to maximize your resources, streamline current systems and increase your bottom line.

We provide a cost effective way to handle, store and transport your Universal Waste using our service container program. There is no labor costs associated with assembling, labeling, taping boxes, or counting lamps or surcharges are associated with any services we provide for our customers.

New Customers Only!
We have a container for all your lamp and battery recycling needs.
‘Recycling Service Containers Pricing’ Includes All Recycling Fees
     PPY1 - 1-4 foot T8 or T12 Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Service Container                      $120.00      
PPY2 - 5-8 foot T8 or T12 Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Service Container                       $250.00
PPY3 - Compact Fluorescent Lamps Recycling Service Container                                     $120.00
PPY4 - U-Bent, U-Shaped Fluorescent Lamps Recycling Service Container                     $100.00
PPY5 - HID, Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium Lamps Recycling Service Container  $120.00
PPY6 - 1-4 foot T8 or T12 LED Only Lamp Recycling Service Container                           $120.00
PPY7 - Mixed Battery Kit, Battery Recycling Service Container                                          $  80.00
PPY8 - Unintentionally Broken Lamps Recycling Service Container                                 $  30.00
Delivery - Transportation charge for each order placed                                                   $  50.00

As part of our Recycling Service Program we pick-up your Lead Acid Batteries, Non PCB Ballasts and Electronic Waste FREE!
Lamp Types
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL’s): Smaller versions of the standard
tube-style fluorescent lamps and can be used in place of standard incandescent lamps. CFLs are more energy efficient and last longer than incandescent lamps. These lamps contain levels of mercury that require proper disposal and special cleanup if broken.

Tube-style Fluorescent Lamps: Commonly used as overhead lighting in office buildings, these lamps also come in compact shapes for a variety of other uses for both the home and office.


Mercury Vapor Lamps: These are the original high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps with blue/white light. They were originally designed for farmyard lighting.


Metal Halide Lamps: These are newer, more efficient HID lights found in homes, businesses and institutions. They are also used for headlights and can be spotted by their bright, blue-tinted light.


High-Pressure Sodium-Vapor Lamps: These lamps generate white-yellow light used for street lamps and outdoor security lighting.

Benefits of Recycling Light Bulbs: Glass does not lose any of its durability or quality when recycled. The United States requires all newly manufactured glass products to contain at least 35 percent recycled glass. When lamps are recycled at the end of their usable lives, less than one-tenth of one ton of mercury is released into the air.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you recycle aluminum cans and plastic bottles?
No we do not.  We are a Universal Waste Recycle for commercial business. 
What Do Batteries do to the environment if not properly recycled?
When thrown in the household trash, batteries end up in landfills.  As the battery casing corrodes, chemicals leach into the soil and make their way into our water supply. Eventually they reach the ocean. 
Do LED Bulbs need to be recycled?
Yes. LED light bulbs are to be recycled in the same manner as incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs.
How should I clean up a broken fluorescent bulb?
a. Have people and pets leave the room. 
b. Collect materials needed to clean up
     broken bulb (i.e. gloves, glasses).
c. Be thorough in collecting broken glass
    and visible powder.
d. Place cleanup materials in a sealable
    container. 
e. Promptly place all bulb debris and
    cleanup materials outdoors in a       
   
protected area until materials can be
    disposed of properly.  Avoid leaving any
    bulb  
fragments or cleanup materials
    indoors.
f. Air out the room for 5-10 minutes by
   opening a window or door.
Can I just throw my bulbs in the garbage can?
CFL bulbs (or Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs) contain a small amount of mercury. Each bulb contains about four milligrams of the toxic metal. Although that is only a fraction of the amount of mercury in those old school thermometers, broken CFL bulbs can be damaging to the environment if they enter landfills or the water supply.
Where can I recycle my household waste?
Please contact your County Household Waste Department. 
Can we drop off at your location?
No. We are not a drop off facility. Please call for commercial pick up 800-884-8982.

Office Hours

Monday           8:30AM-4:30PM

Tuesday           8:30AM-4:30PM

Wednesday     8:30AM-4:30PM
Thursday         8:30AM-4:30PM

         Friday                              Closed

         Saturday                         Closed 

         Sunday                            Closed