Air Cycle E-Newsletter

Air Cycle June 2005 E-Newsletter

Continuing our efforts to better communicate new products, services, industry news and regulatory updates, Air Cycle provides the following E-Newsletter.

Air Cycle Introduces Online Recycling Order Form

Air Cycle is proud to announce our new online Recycling Quote and Pick-Up order form. Fill out the form today to request a recycling quote or schedule a pickup. The new comprehensive online form will enable Air Cycle customers to create and manage their recycling program from start to finish.

Air Cycle Corporation offers recycling services and transportation throughout all of North America to assist facilities in properly disposing lamps, ballasts, batteries, and computer hardware.

VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIROMENTAL QUALITY announced Drum-Crushing pilot project

The Virginia DEQ supported a pilot project by the US EPA Region III to study the practical use of Drum-Top Crushers for facilitating the recycling of florescent lamps. Fluorescent lamps are much more energy efficient than incandescent lights; however, they do contain anywhere from 3-50 mg of mercury, which can be leaked to the environment if not handled properly and hopefully recycled.

DEQ encourages recycling of fluorescents and generally treats those lamps as "Universal Wastes", as long as they are being stored for the purpose of recycling. Virginia is unique from other states in that they have adopted a provision which allows and supports the use of fluorescent lamp crushers to promote more recycling.

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COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES USE DELL GRANTS FOR CAMPUS COMPUTER RECYCLING EVENTS

DELL NEWS

Dell will provide three U.S. college and university customers $10,000 grants to be used to conduct computer collection events on campus this spring.

The grants are part of the Dell Higher Education Recycling Leadership Awards, a pilot program created to recognize select customers' commitment to leadership in the areas of technology innovation, environmental sustainability or campus community recycling.

Recipients of the Dell awards are the University of California-San Francisco, University of Colorado-Boulder and Miami Dade College-Kendall Campus. Each of the selected higher education institutions will conduct a computer collection event at the end of the academic calendar year, to coincide with the student move-out period.

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