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Can you recycle PCB Ballasts?

The answer is no, PCB (Polychlorinated Biphenyls) ballasts are not recyclable.Ballasts produced before 1979 are most likely to contain PCBs and were made illegal to produce in 1979. There are still many building in the Greater Toronto area built as...

Non Passive Failure Lamps Recycling

We recycle mercury containing lamps. Sometimes these lamps fail violently. Lighting manufacturers cal this a "non-passive failure event" meaning that the light bulb has exploaded. Don't you just love industry jargon?...

Battery Recycling Toronto

Rechargeable and single-use batteries can contain harmful chemicals like mercury, nickel, cadmium, lead-acid etc. That’s why we need to dispose of batteries in the right way to avoid contaminating the environment, soil and waters. Most of the world’s batteries will...

Lamp Recycling

Why do we have to recycle lamps? Many bulbs and tubes contain mercury in an industrial altered form, which can be very harmful for the environment.Lamp recycling is mostly done to divert mercury away from landfills, but we also recycle...

Electronics Recycling Toronto

Technology has changed significantly in the last 10 to 20 years and we have seen a big increase in new and innovative electronic products. The lifecycles of these electronic products are getting shorter, because of the constant changing innovative environment....

Scrap Metal Recycling Toronto

Steel is known to be one of the most common materials to be recycled in the world. Approximately 88% of scrap steel in North America gets recycled, according to the Steel Recycling Institute (SRI). Scrap metals are usually collected from...

Hazardous waste and intelligent society. Part 1.

What is the sign of an intelligent society? Is it a tablet computer or a smartphone? The internet and the ability to access the world’s information in a second? Is it flying around the world at the drop of a...

Do not throw your CFLs in the trash!

Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs are long lasting, cost effective and also energy efficient. CFLs usually last 10 times more than a standard incandescent bulb and saves you energy costs. CFLs contain mercury and should never be thrown in the trash, but...


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