Nationwide Recycling Network

EcoLights Northwest - Seattle, WA
EcoLights Northwest - Portland, OR
AERC Recycling Solutions - Hayward, CA
Lighting Resources, LLC - Ontario, CA
Lighting Resources, LLC - Phoenix, AZ
Veolia ES – Phoenix, AZ
Universal Recycling Technologies - Fort Worth, TX
Veolia ES – Port Washington, WI
Universal Recycling Technologies - Janesville, WI
Fluorecycle, Inc. - Ingleside, IL
Lamp Environmental Industries, Inc. - Independence, LA
Lighting Resources, LLC - Greenwood, IN
Lighting Resources, LLC - Johnson City, TN
Veolia ES - Stoughton, MA
NLR, Inc. - East Windsor, CT
AERC Recycling Solutions - Allentown, PA
AERC Solutions - Richmond, VA
Veolia ES – Tallahassee, FL
Lighting Resources, LLC - Ocala, FL
Lighting Resources LLC - Fort Worth, TX

EcoLights Northwest - Portland, OR

Company Information:

EPA ID# WAH-000-026-371

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EcoLights was created in 1996 to offer proper management and recycling of mercury bearing light tubes and both PCB and non-PCB ballasts. EcoLights is the only licensed “final destination” lamp recycler in Washington and the largest in the Pacific Northwest.

In addition to straight fluorescent and compact fluorescent lamps, EcoLights also recycles high intensity discharge lamps (HID), Ultra Violet lamps (UV) and batteries. EcoLights collects and consolidates PCB and non-PCB ballasts from our customers for proper management. EcoLights works with a permitted PCB ballast recycler to properly manage all PCB bearing materials. EcoLights has a policy of recycling all PCB containing devices and incinerating all PCBs.

Insurance certificates for Air Cycle Corporation and our recycling partners are available on request.

If you have any additional questions or comments about the recycling facilities used by Air Cycle Corporation, please feel free to contact us.

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