ExamplesFluorescent Tubes, Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFLs), Halogen and Incandescent, LEDs, High Intesity Discharge (HID) or other mercury containing lamps such as mercury vapour, metal halide, high pressure sodium, low pressure sodium, UV and germicidal lamps.
Did You Know?
If improperly disposed of, mercury vapor found inside fluorescent lights can be released into the air or water when sent to the landfill.
As of July 1, 2012 the light reycling program through http://www.lightrecycle.ca
includes all lights marketed for use in residences or households that are designed to be replaced by the user.
Places Where You Can Recycle Light Bulbs
1580 F Willow StVisit www.islandreturnit.com for more information.
1444 Island HighwayCanadian Tire will now take back old smoke detectors and old Carbon Monoxide detectors.