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Corporate Lamp & Electronic Recycling LLC
500 N. Walnut Rd , Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, United States

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(610) 444-0688
recycle@goCLER.com
http://www.gocler.com
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500 N. Walnut Rd
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
United States
ZIP: 19348
(610) 444-0688
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recycle@goCLER.com
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Founded in 2000, Corporate Lamp & Electronic Recycling, LLC. (CLER) offers a low cost, sustainable recycling and compliance program for large and small companies. Our goal is to reduce the amount of hazardous material entering our environment.Our organization is capable of handling your needs, large or small, Fortune 500 company or local YMCA. Regardless of the size of your organization, the laws related to recycling are the same as your environmental responsibilities.

OUR APPROACH

Our approach to recycling is to provide customers an effective, low-cost and sustainable program for properly and safely recycling fluorescent lamps, televisions and electronics. We assure that your organization will be in compliance with the ever-changing and sometimes complicated recycling laws and sound business practices.

Our innovative recycling program keeps untreated mercury out of landfills, ensuring a cleaner and healthier environment.

  • Sustainable lamp & electronic recycling
  • Door-to-door pickup
  • We monitor compliance so you don't have to
  • We help you avoid expensive fines caused by not being in compliance with the recycling laws set forth by the EPA

Why Recycle?

Violations can subject you and your organization to fines, penalties, other unnecessary costs and embarrassment. Our program is sustainable, affordable and ensures your compliance with all federal, state and local laws governing Universal Waste.A company can be fined up to $25,000 per occurrence for throwing lamps in the trash. Recycling is a small price to pay for a safer business and cleaner environment.

Landfills and the Environment
Fluorescent and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps contain mercury. Improper disposal releases mercury into our air, water and soil, harming human health and wildlife. The mercury contained within the lamp and is not exposed to the environment unless the lamp is broken at the end of its life. The release of mercury is most likely to occur when the lamp is thrown in a garbage truck or a dumpster. Mercury is a poison to humans, delivering a toxic effect on the central nervous system when absorbed. It's estimated that 85,000 newborns per year are exposed and suffer cognitive damage due to mercury.Increasingly, landfills and waste haulers refuse to accept fluorescent lamps due to limits imposed on them with respect to mercury wastes. Regardless of your local government regulations, these bulbs are harmful to the environment, as they contain small amounts of mercury and the EPA recommends recycling them.

Commercial Lighting
Lighting manufacturers, through their trade association, National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) developed lamprecycle.org to provide a one-stop source of information about recycling lamps (the term used in the lighting industry to refer to all types of light bulbs).Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), and other energy-efficient lighting such as linear fluorescent and high intensity discharge (HID) lamps contain a very small amount of mercury, an element essential to achieving energy savings. While these lamps help consumers and businesses cut their lighting energy usage and reduce energy costs, it is important that any product containing mercury be properly managed when it becomes waste to protect public health and the environment.

Easy and convenient options exist for both businesses and consumers to recycle waste from mercury-containing lamps. It is estimated that businesses already recycle more than 30 percent of their waste lamps annually and consumers are embracing lamp recycling as they switch to more efficient lighting technologies.

Materials Accepted
Sl NoMaterial Name
Electronics
1Circuit Boards
2Electric Motors
3Keyboards / Mice
4Laptops
5LCD Monitor
Company Services
  • Lamp Recycling
  • Electronics Lamp Recycling
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