Mercury Recycling expands lamp-disposal service

Mercury Recycling is making significant expansion to its recycling services in preparation for the implementation of the WEEE Directive later this year (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment). The expansion increase the company’s capabilities in terms of volume, scope of service and geographical coverage. The company is a specialist in recycling discharge lamps and tubes and operates one of the few facilities that can recover and recycle all components of these lamps, mercury included. Mercury also recycles batteries. A key part of the service is collecting waste from customers’ properties and transporting it in compliance with relevant legislation.
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