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Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) Bulb

(Last Updated: 2/7/2018)

Compact_fluorescent_transpa.png Hazardous Waste. Free Drop-Off Recycling. CFLs are known for their "corkscrew" design. CFLs and other fluorescent bulbs contain mercury, which is hazardous to human and environmental health. Do not put them in the garbage.


How can you tell if your bulb contains mercury? CFLs are known for their “corkscrew” design, but they can also have other shapes and sizes. The best way to check for mercury is to look for the letters "Hg" (the symbol for mercury) on the base of the lamp or on the packaging.

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Fluorescent LampRecycle CFL and other mercury bulbs for free. Drop off mercury-containing lights (up to 10 at a time) at one of 7 approved sites in Kitsap County and Belfair. Visit the LightRecycle WA website below to find a site near you.
LightRecycle WA Collection Site
Click the website below to find the nearest location , WA 
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Mercury is a potent neurotoxin. Washington State law requires that all mercury-containing lights be recycled to prevent mercury from entering the environment and threatening human health. Although a single fluorescent light contains a very small amount of mercury, millions of these lights are sold every year in Washington State.
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