Projector Lamp Recycling

Why Recycle Projector Lamps?

Most front and rear projection LCD / DLP lamps contain mercury (HG) which is an extremely toxic heavy metal. Depending on the amount of mercury in the lamp, it may be classified as a hazardous waste. It is recommended that all digital projector lamps be treated as hazardous waste and disposed of through local hazardous waste collection programs or recycling services.

Projector Lamp Source offers FREE RECYCLING of your projector lamps. Just send your projector lamps to us and we will dispose of it in an environmentally friendly manner.

Projector Lamp Disposal and Recycling Resources
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. (Lamp Recycling)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency web site with regulatory information and hazard explanations related to all mercury containing lamps (fluorescent and high intensity discharge including metal halide the common light source for projector lamps). (State by State Recycling Programs)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency web site with lamp collection and recycling services listed by state.
Projector Lamp Source offers FREE projector lamp recycling. Just call us and we’ll give you the details on how to send back your used projector lamps.

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