All tanning bed lamps are hazardous by law and
must be recycled.
STEP 1: CONTACT A LAMP RECYCLING COMPANY. Visit
www.newmoa.org/lamprecycle for a list.
STEP 2: CAREFULLY REMOVE SPENT LAMPS according to
the tanning bed manufacturer’s directions.
STEP 3: DO NOT CRUSH OR BREAK LAMPS - lamps that
contain mercury pose significant health risks.
STEP 4: PLACE LAMPS IN THE BOX provided by your
lighting sales company or a lamp recycler.
STEP 5: Once the box is full, HAVE YOUR LAMPS PICKED
UP FOR RECYCLING.
For more information, contact Paul Lockwood at the New Hampshire
Department of Environmental Services at 603-271-2956.
Look for the Hg symbol, which means
the lamp contains mercury and must be recycled.
Printed on recycled paper.
from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
on Fluorescent Lamp Disposal
Important Information Enclosed
Permit No. 50276
U.S. Postage Boston, MA 02114
Organization 129 Portland St.
Non-Profit Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association
Commercial Fluorescent Lamp Recyclers in the Northeast
AERC Recycling Solutions Onyx Superior Special Services
Allentown, PA Stoughton, MA
800-554-2372 781-341-6080 x232
Bethlehem Apparatus Co., Inc. Northeast Lamp Recycling, Inc.
Hellertown, PA E. Windsor, CT
Complete Recycling Solutions, LLC UniWaste Services Corp.
Fall River, MA Portsmouth, NH
See www.newmoa.org/lamprecycle for a complete list of recyclers operating in the
Northeast. Mention of a compny is not an endorsement by NEWMOA.