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Government and Related

EcoLights has serviced a wide variety or government and related agencies for over 10 years. Having been awarded state contracts in both Washington and Oregon, we understand the needs of government organizations. We offer recycling services that meet the most stringent environmental regulations at rates that are negotiated by government procurement professionals.

Special Pricing
At EcoLights, we extend the state government rates to a wide variety of related organizations. We can show your organization how to take advantage of special rates that have been established through competitive bidding.  Examples of customers that benefit from special government rates include:

  • State Agencies
  • Cities and Counties
  • Utility and Water Districts
  • Universities and Technical Colleges
  • Schools and School Districts

Comprehensive Solution
For larger jobs, we’ll evaluate your needs and recommend a cost-effective and comprehensive recycling solution. Our full-service recycling solutions include delivery of appropriate storage containers and transportation of your materials for recycling. We take care of all the required documentation that keeps you in compliance with current governmental regulations.

Government regulations such as the Universal Waste Rule (UWR) are in place to protect the environment and encourage responsible recycling. At EcoLights, we deliver what government agencies and related organizations have come to expect: great prices on convenient and responsible recycling services.

Starting January 1, 2013, it will be illegal for businesses and residents to throw mercury-containing lights in the trash. EcoLights has the information on the law and what it means for you.
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All fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) contain small amounts of mercury. Nationwide, only about 25% of the 680 million lights discarded each year are recycled. The remainder is disposed of in solid waste landfills and incinerators. In Washington this represents over 15 million lamps per year.
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