8-FT Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Box

8-FT Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Box

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Quick Overview

Complete and easy to use solution for the proper disposal of fluorescent bulbs (8-foot) per the Universal Waste rules. Systems include a UN-rated and DOT-approved recycling container, internal structural tube, 6-mil vapor barrier liner, liner tie, Velcro closures, prepaid return shipping and proof of recycling certificate.

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Description

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The 8-ft fluorescent lamp recycling box is the ideal solution for the safe collection and eco-friendly disposal of fluorescent bulbs. Systems are an easy and cost-effective solution to properly dispose of fluorescent lamp per the universal waste rule.

8-FT Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Box includes:

  • UN-rated, DOT-approved recycling container
  • Inner structural tube, 6-mil vapor barrier liner, liner tie, Velcro closures
  • Instructions, terms and conditions
  • Prepaid return shipping label
  • Proof of purchase with serial number
  • Certificates of recycling

System Capacities:

  • Item #949044 (medium) Capacity: 16 T12 or 39 T8 8-ft straight lamps
  • Item #949190 (large) Capacity 25 T12 or 57 T8 8-ft straight lamps

Restrictions: Not available in AK, HI, PR or VI. Not available for export to Canada.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand RecyclePak
Size 8-FT
Item Number #949044 (medium); #949190 (large)
Container Dimensions MD(6”L x 6”W x 96”H); LG(8”L x 8”W x 96”H)
System Dimensions MD(6”L x 6”W x 96”H); LG(8”L x 8”W x 96”H)
Max Return Weight NA
Waste Type Lamp Recycling
Authorization Number Exempt
Who Is It For?

This product is for a small- to medium-sized business that manages their own bulb replacement. The bulbs placed in the container will be managed at an authorized facility capable of recycling the materials.

Universal Waste

Universal Wastes are widely generated hazardous wastes such as batteries, fluorescent bulbs and other devices containing mercury. The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reduced the regulatory requirements to encourage proper treatment and recycling, therefore, allowing these wastes to be managed as Universal Wastes instead of Hazardous Wastes. The Universal Waste Rule, 40 CFR Part 237, allows states to modify the rule and add additional universal wastes, e.g. dental amalgam waste and pharmaceuticals, to their individual state regulations.

How Do I Use It?

The complete package will be sent via courier to your location. Remove the outer packaging, unfold the box into a rectangular shape, place the rigid corrugated material inside the box as a liner for rigidity and then place the bulbs for recycling into the box. When the box is full, seal and follow instructions to contact FedEx Ground for a pickup of the package.

Simple, easy to use and regulatory compliant!

System Capacities:

  • Item #949044 (medium) Capacity: 16 T12 or 39 T8 8-ft straight lamps
  • Item #949190 (large) Capacity 25 T12 or 57 T8 8-ft straight lamps

Restrictions: Not available in AK, HI, PR or VI. Not available for export to Canada.