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Expanded Recycling for Bulbs, Tubes at King County Transfer Stations

Expanded Recycling for Bulbs, Tubes at King County Transfer Stations

Safely recycling compact fluorescent lights (CFLs), fluorescent tubes, and other light bulbs that contain toxic mercury is about to get a lot easier at several King County solid waste transfer stations.

Thanks to a new statewide product stewardship law that resulted in the LightRecycle Washington program, mercury-containing light bulbs and tubes are now accepted at no charge at the County’s Bow Lake, Enumclaw, and Vashon recycling and transfer stations.

Continue reading at the Enumclaw Courier Herald

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