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When the Lights Go Out in Las Vegas Hazardous Waste Disappears

An innovative recycling program has made one of this city’s most popular meeting places a green oasis by shipping out the toxic remains of spent light bulbs.

Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) was founded to strengthen the area's convention business and eliminate a troubling economic problem: the cyclical nature of the tourism industry. But the LVCVA doesn't just market this city’s gambling and pleasure palaces.

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Easy Green

Pre-Paid Fluorescent Bulb Recycling: The Easy Way to Go Green

The social mandate to Go Green may seem like one more headache for office managers responsible for creating and policing recycling programs for hazardous and other waste.

Yet tackling the complex problem now may very well avert far greater ills, such as stiff fines from regulatory agencies and a tarnished public image.

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Fluorescent Lamp Disposal: It Can Be Affordable and Easy

Environmental threat and EPA regulations require fluorescent lamp recycling. New methodology greatly simplifies the process and reduces expense.

Does your facility have fluorescent lights?

Because they contain mercury, spent fluorescent lamps increasingly cannot be trashed in dumpsters as a solid waste.

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CBRE Recycling

Turnkey Recycling Solution Brightens Future of Real Estate Firm

It is easy to comply with environmental regulations when fluorescent bulb recycling efforts are automatically updated and quantified. As a result, you are years ahead of most competitors, and prospective clients can swiftly compare an actual "Green" track record with the somewhat vague promises of other property management companies.

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Lighting Trends

Lighting the Future

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The increased use of high-efficiency fluorescent lamps, which contain mercury, is pushing the demand for better recycling programs for these products.

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