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Made in Chicago—Recycling 'Round the World
CBS Chicago WBBM Newsradio

The Bulb Eater® is used around the world to recycle spent fluorescent lamps at facilities in dozens of countries on five continents, but is built at Air Cycle's Chicagoland headquarters and was recently featured on the CBS Chicago WBBM Newsradio show "Made in Chicago."

Listen in as reporter Dave Berner explains how Air Cycle and the Bulb Eater are helping facilities save our planet, one bulb at a time!

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Implement your Bulb Eater® lamp recycling program!

The Bulb Eater® lamp crusher is the most efficient way to safely recycle spent fluorescent lamps, saving up to 20 hours of labor per 1,000 lamps and 80% in storage space versus intact lamps.

 
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Lighting Upgrade: Energy and Financial Savings
Maintenance Solutions

What is better than improving the sustainability of an institutional or commercial facility? Saving money at the same time! And according to this article from Maintenance Solutions, one way to do that is with a lighting upgrade.

The article includes a case study to explain how an upgrade to high-efficiency lighting can reduce the energy consumption of a facility, minimizing the environmental impact of energy use and the financial cost of paying for it.

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Air Cycle at Upcoming Tradeshows
Air Cycle Corporation

At Air Cycle, we love giving facility managers a chance to experience our products firsthand and learn how they can make recycling easy and efficient for their facilities.

Air Cycle Account Representatives Rod Kincaid and Justin Hayes will do just that at booth #5547 of the upcoming Light Fair International tradeshow on May 9-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV.

If you are located in the Midwest, see products and meet Air Cycle Account Representatives Norm Ege and Sean Rocke, along with COO Tim Racke, at booth #220 of the Greening the Heartland conference at the Indianapolis Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN, May 16-18.

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