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Bulb Eater® Named Money-Saving Product
FacilitiesNet
Bulb EaterĀ® Wins Money-Saving Award!
Air Cycle is pleased to announce that the Bulb Eater® lamp crusher has won a 2013 Money-Saving Products award from Buildings Magazine!

One of our most important goals at Air Cycle is to provide efficient and value-generating sustainability products to our customers.

We're proud that this award, which the Bulb Eater® also received in 2010 and 2012, recognizes the money-saving qualities offered to facility managers by the machine.

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Need to recycle lots of lamps? Try the Bulb Eater®!

Bulb Eater The Bulb Eater® is the most efficient way to recycle large quantities of 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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Managing Hazardous Materials in E-Waste
FacilitiesNet

How to Manage Hazardous Materials in E-WasteIn the quest to go green at facilities, an important sustainability issue is electronic waste recycling. While spent electronics should be recycled to avoid filling landfills and wasting valuable materials, even more important is keeping the hazardous substances they contain out of the environment.

This article from FacilitiesNet covers the regulatory and disposal background on e-waste and provides a few practical tips for starting an e-waste recycling program of your own.

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Facts for FAQs

Q.  I've seen references to T8, T12, and T17 lamps. What is the difference?

A.  The diameter of a lamp is measured in eighths of an inch and expressed as a "T" number such as T8 (equaling 8/8s or one inch) and T12 (equaling 12/8s or an inch and a half diameter). T17 lamps, while uncommon, are 17/8s or 2 and an eighth inches in diameter. The Bulb Eater® system offers entry tubes fitted for T5, T8, T10, T12, and T17 lamps.
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