Fluorescent Lamp Recycling
Fluorescent Lamps includes fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent lamps, metal halide lamps, and sodium vapor lamps.
Fluorescent lamps and tubes:
- Fluorescent tubes, including low mercury tubes.
- Compact fluorescents, including low mercury
High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamps:
- Metal halide lamps, such as floodlights for large indoor and
- Sodium lamps, such as those sometimes used as security lighting and
- Mercury vapor lamps, such as those sometimes used for street
All fluorescent lamps and tubes are considered hazardous waste in California when they are
discarded because they contain mercury
Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Locations
- East Quincy Transfer Station
- Delleker Transfer Station
- Greenville Transfer Station
- Chester Transfer Station
- Graeagle Transfer Station
The disposal services listed above are free to our residential
customers and apply only to household batteries and fluorescent lamps
that are generated at your residence.
Businesses - Government Offices – Schools
Businesses who are
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators (CESQG) must call one of
the locations below to schedule an appointment to drop-off their
hazardous waste. Fees will apply.
- Feather River Disposal (530) 283-2065
- Intermountain Disposal (530) 832-4879 or (800) 852-0770