Fluorescent bulb recycling program announced

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New Pig introduces the Pig Lamp Recycling Program, a mail-back package with everything required to safely and properly collect, ship, and recycle spent bulb waste.

Ideal for small to mid-sized generators of fluorescent bulb waste, this hassle-free program provides everything needed for safe recycling, according to the company.

“The program easy to use mail-back program safely recycles up to 32 T12 or 74 T8 4-foot lamps,” the company said in a statement.

For more, visit www.newpig.com.

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