Recycle your used light bulbs today easily and quickly with BulbCycle

BulbCycle’s affordable mail-back recycling kits are easy to use! Purchase the kit, pack it, ship it back, and get a certificate of recycling. 

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For one low price each light bulb recycling kit includes:

  • Certified recycling container
  • Free delivery and pick-up
  • All disposal and recycling fees
  • Certificate of Recycling for your business records

Some of our clients include

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We have the lowest prices, guaranteed.
Call now for an estimate: 858-412-6536

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Learn more about our light bulb disposal services with this one-minute video!

Industries we service


  • Airports
  • Public Works
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Defense
  • Agriculture
  • Commerce
  • Defense
  • Education
  • Energy
  • Health and Human Services
  • Municipalities
  • Military Bases


  • Electricians
  • Construction
  • Hospitals
  • Green Businesses
  • Airports
  • Property Management
  • Real Estate
  • Building & Property Management Companies
  • Demolition Companies
  • High Rise Buildings
  • Shopping Malls
  • Tanning Salons


  • Universities
  • Colleges
  • High Schools
  • Elementary Schools
  • Middle Schools
  • School Districts
  • Charter Schools
  • Trade Schools
  • Continuation Schools
  • Junior Colleges
  • Educational Institutes
  • Primary Schools

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Why recycle?

It’s the law. Many states require lamp recycling and proper disposal of ballasts, batteries, and electronic waste by law.

Protect the environment. Fluorescent lamps contain mercury, and ballasts, batteries, and electronic waste can contain mercury, lead, metals, and other materials which have a harmful effect on the environment if not recycled.

It’s cost effective. Over the lifecycle of a fluorescent lamp, the cost to recycle is less than 1% of the cost of ownership. Recycling your lamps and obtaining a certificate of recycling is also a guaranteed way to avoid fines and costly enforcement action which can easily exceed the cost of lamp recycling.

It’s green. Implementing a lamp, ballast, battery, or electronics recycling program is a simple and practical way to “green” your organization and benefit from resulting positive PR. Recycling universal waste can earn your facility LEED points too.

Every little bit counts. As the saying goes “every little bit counts” and keeping hazardous waste out of our landfills and reusing natural resources is a big step towards a sustainable world.

Learn more on the federal EPA fluorescent lamp website.