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CFL Premium Bulb Eater® Wins BOM Award
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CFL Bulb Eater Wins Top Products AwardAir Cycle is proud to announce that the CFL Premium Bulb Eater® has been awarded a Building Operating and Management (BOM) Top Products award for 2013!

The machine was selected by popular vote for the award out of 560 contenders through a national survey of building and facility executives.

The CFL Premium Bulb Eater® safely crushes and stores straight and compact fluorescent lamps and their mercury content before shipment to a recycling processor. Crushing lamps with the Bulb Eater® can save up to 20 hours of labor and 80 percent of storage space versus packing and storing intact lamps.

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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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Free, Upcoming Lamp Recycling Webinar
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AS&HF Lamp Recycling WebinarAir Cycle has partnered with American School & Hospital Facility, a magazine dedicated to enabling the efficient, economic, and green operation of facilities, to produce a webinar about lamp recycling.

The free webinar, entitled "Recycling Fluorescent Lamps: Why, How, and What Happens If You Don’t!" will be broadcast on Thursday, January 17 of 2013 and feature Tom Griffin, a 12-year veteran of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and an expert on lamp recycling.

Watch for more information soon about the webinar and click here to be notified when registration becomes available »


Facts for FAQs

Q. How Does the Bulb Eater® Work?

A.  1. The lamp is fed into the entry tube of the machine
     2. Within about 1 second the lamp is crushed in the drum
     3. Filters trap and safely store powder and mercury vapor
     4. Clean air is released from the exhaust vent
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