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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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