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Flourescent Bulb & Ballast Recycling

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Do you have burnt out Fluorescent Bulbs, Fixtures or Ballasts that need to be Properly Disposed of?

Types of bulbs accepted for recycling, but not limited to, the following list:


  • Fluorescent Tubes

  • Plastic Coated and Shattershield Tubes

  • Compact Fluorescent

  • Circular Fluorescent

  • U-Bend / FB40 Tubes

  • Biax

  • Ultra Violet (UV)

  • Flood Lamps

  • Incandescent

  • Halogen

  • Neon, Argon and other Cold Cathode

  • High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lamps

  • Bi-Metal, Metal Halide and High Pressure Sodium

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Disposal of Non-PCB Ballast and Electronic Ballasts

After 1980, non-PCB alternative such as di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, commonly referred to as DEHP, became the standard for use as the dielectric fluid use in fluorescent tubes and other ballast type lamps. While DHEP low lethal toxicity, studies have shown that it can affect certain organs in low concentration. DEHP is a known hazardous substance; therefore disposing of non-PCB/DEHP lighting ballasts in landfills does potentially expose you to superfund liability.

This is why it is important to properly dispose and recycle these ballasts.

Junk Pros plays a vital role of keeping our environment free of the unnecessary contaminants associated with spent lighting ballasts. We provide PCB, non-PCB, and electronic ballast recycling solutions to DFW & surrounding cities. 

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Packing, Shipping, and Storing Your Bulbs

Whenever possible, best practice to prepare bulbs for shipping is to package spent bulbs in the boxes that your replacement bulbs were packed. Junk Pros can deliver packaging material to customers in advance of shipment. We offer a complete selection of fiberboard drums, cardboard boxes, steel/poly drums, buckets, and labels. All pallet load quantities should be packaged, stacked and wrapped.

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