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Used lamps are one of the largest waste streams generated by businesses that typically don’t
create hazardous waste as part of their operations, according to the EPA.
To promote recycling of mercury-containing lamps by commercial and industrial users, EPA
developed an outreach program supported by funds awarded to state and nonprofit organizations.
The organizations included the following resources on lamp recycling.
■ Association of Lighting and Mercury Recyclers (ALMR). At its website ALMR offers information
on laws and regulations, program news, and a map that identifies lamp recyclers.
■ Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA). Information for
commercial property managers includes interviews with management companies
that promote recycling, surveys of innovative programs in the commercial sector,
and information on identifying mercury lamps.
More information from EPA on lamp recycling for businesses is available at