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Lamprecycle.org is a resource for any light bulb ("lamp") user seeking details on recycling spent mercury-containing lamps, but is particularly useful for:
 
Facilities managers
  • MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) personnel
  • Commercial or residential property managers
  • Environmental programs managers
  • Lamp distributors
  • Government/regulatory employees
  • for: 
    • Commercial or office buildings
    • Hospitals
    • Warehouses
    • Military bases
    • Manufacturing plants
    • Retail stores

    Lamprecycle.org is sponsored by the Lamp Section of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) to encourage the recycling of spent mercury-containing lamps. The Lamp Section represents virtually all manufacturers of mercury-containing lamps that sell such lamps in the U.S. 
    The Lamp Section members are: 
    Advanced Lighting Technologies Inc. EYE Lighting International of N.A., Inc. Feit Electric Company, Inc. GE Consumer & Industrial, Lighting Halco Lighting Technologies Light Sources Inc. Litetronics OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc. Panasonic Corporation of North America Philips Electronics Ruud Lighting Inc. SLi Lighting Technical Consumer Products, Inc. Ushio America, Inc. Welch Allyn, Inc. Westinghouse Lighting International Questions or comments? Please email lamprecycle@nema.org.
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    National Electrical Manufacturers Association.  Questions or comments? Please email lamprecycle@nema.org.

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