Household Flourescent Lights
North Carolina residents are strongly encouraged to recycle spent fluorescent lights from their home. Recycling options vary across the state. Provided below is information households can use to find the option that is most convenient for them.
County/Municipal Drop-Off Locations
Local government recycling programs may offer a permanent of event collection program for fluorescent light recycling. Find your local government recycling contact and learn more about local recycling programs.
Retail Drop-Off programs
Various retailers across North Carolina offer recycling of compact fluorescent lights to their customers, if a local government program is not available in your area.
- Batteries Plus Bulbs
- Lowe's Hardware (CFL only)
For North Carolinians living in remote or isolated areas, this may be your only recycling option. Mail-back programs generally include a primary waste collection container, an outer shipping container, a prepaid shipping label and instructions. You can choose from several mail-back programs.
- Heritage Environmental Services Lifecycle Mailback Services
- Veolia Environmental Services Recyclepak
- Waste Management Think Green from Home Program