Green Action Project: Recyle CFLs



The Green Action Project is a new program that allows non-profits, schools, and community organizations (including libraries!) a place for recycling CFLs (compact fluorescent bulbs) at no charge. Though its a small amount (about 4 milligrams in each) CFL bulbs contain mercury which is harmful to you and the environment and the more CFLs being used, the mercury amount adds up. Many places have trouble recycling them properly. So free of cost to those who qualify, a ComPak Recycling Center can be acquired through the Green Action Project.

Check out the map for information on who is currently using ComPak Center,  read the benefits of this program, or view the FAQs if you have more questions.

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