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Old 01-17-2010, 04:42 PM
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Default Where to recycle fluorescent tube?

Is there somewhere in Metro Vancouver that I take spent fluorescent tubing to be recycled? I tried Rona but they only take CFL's and the guy said that there isn't anywhere they can be recycled. He said Rona themselves just throws them in the trash.I find it hard to believe that no one recycles these. I mean, fluorescent tubing has been around longer then CFL's. Please tell me there's somewhere I can cause I hate the thought of just throwing them out.Thanks!
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Old 01-21-2011, 04:13 AM
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Since fluorescent lamps to produce small amounts of UV radiation that can cause problems for people with a high level of sensitivity to ultraviolet light pathological. Reactors flickering fluorescent lights and vibrations can cause problems for some people to photo sensitivity.
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Old 01-06-2017, 08:33 PM
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Fluorescent tubes are frequently found in office buildings, garages and many kitchens. They’re efficient and pretty universal for use and installation, but they can also be cumbersome to transport for proper recycling and disposal. Tubes contain a small amount of mercury, but generally, proper handling mitigates any real danger.
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Since neon lamps to produce little UV radiation that can cause trouble if you have a high understanding to ultraviolet light pathological. Reactors flickering neon lights and vibrations can cause trouble for many people to photo level of sensitivity.
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