Wiser Recycling’s state-of-the-art lamp recycling process includes storage, collection and recycling services for all types of lamps from fluorescent lamps and compact fluorescent tubes to all types of LED and halogen light bulbs.
Waste lamp containers
We provide practical and cost effective options for dry and safe storage of all types of lamps. This includes containers for large or small quantities of waste lamps, we are happy to help whether you produce 10 or 10,000 lamps!
Lamp waste collections
Our friendly team provide timely and reliable collections of full containers of lamps and deliver these to our facilities. Alternatively, lamp waste can be delivered to our Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities with prior arrangement.
High quality lamp recycling process
Wiser Recycling operates state-of-the-art lamp recycling plant at both our North England and East England Approved Authorised Treatment Facilities. We aim to produce clean, uncontaminated and high quality materials and components to maximise demand for our end products. Lamps go into our specialist plant for a high quality recycling process which is detailed below. Our process ensures lamp waste is recycled and doesn’t end up in landfill.
Lamps are crushed and high quality glass cullet is separated and recovered.
The glass cullet from our lamp recycling process is used within fibre glass and block manufacture or as aggregate.
Aluminium and steel end caps are also separated and remade into other metal products.
Plastic parts are separated and remade into other plastic products.
Phosphor powder containing mercury is separated during lamp recycling for safe and compliant disposal.
This state-of-the-art lamp recycling process puts us ‘light years ahead’!
Find out more about how we can help you with your lamp waste
Find out more about our friendly and reliable lamp waste services or call us today on 01480 464111 for a quote.
Interested in finding out more about our lamp recycling process? Contact us to arrange a site visit.
Download the lamp recycling process as a PDF.