Light Bulb Recycling

There are incredibly detailed and strict guidelines when it comes to the disposal of waste. No business or organization, whether they are large or small, is allowed to simply toss out fluorescent lights or batteries. Data Shredder is here to assist by providing convenient and legal battery and light bulb recycling in Framingham, MA.

We offer companies, consumers, and municipalities a simple, affordable method for disposal that abides by all of the EPA’s current regulations and recycling guidelines. These hazardous materials require extra care so as not to damage the environment. Let us come to your organization and collect everything you need disposed. We’ll even take your sensitive hard-drives and information for disposal. The types of fluorescent tubes we handle include:

  • Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs
  • Fluorescent Tubes
  • Circular Fluorescent
  • U Bend Fluorescent
  • Plastic Coated and Shatter Shield
  • Spot/Flood Lamps
  • UV and Germicidal Lamps
  • Incandescent
  • Halogen
  • Cold Cathode
  • Metal Halide
  • High Pressure Sodium
  • Mercury Vapor
  • Ballasts

Let Us Handle Your Batteries As Well

Besides light bulb recycling, we are also equipped to handle battery disposal. Similarly to fluorescent lights, batteries contain a variety of potentially harmful components that are regulated by the EPA. We are more than happy to travel anywhere in the state of Massachusetts, as well as southern New Hampshire and Rhode Island to pick up and dispose of large quantities of both single use and rechargeable batteries. The batteries we dispose of include:

  • Industrial batteries
  • D-Cell, C-Cell, AA, AAA, 9-Volt & Button Cells
  • Cell Phones, Cameras, Laptop Computers, Power Tools, Etc.
  • Large Batteries
  • Lead Acid Automotive
  • Hybrid Automotive Battery Packs
  • Motorcycle Batteries
  • Outdoor Power Equipment Batteries

If you have unwanted light bulbs lying around, contact us to recycle them legally. We are proud to serve Framingham, Massachusetts, and the surrounding area.