Welcome!

We're glad you are here. This is the place to ask for bag advice, help other people out, post reviews, and share photos and videos.

TOM BIHN Forums Statistics

Collapse

Topics: 14,587   Posts: 188,428   Members: 6,565   Active Members: 323
Welcome to our newest member, Jade877792.

Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Recycling alkaline batteries and CFLs / florescent tubes

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Badger
    replied
    I believe IKEA will take batteries and bulbs of all sorts. I also drop off batteries at Office Depot, the Home Depot, and Best Buy.

    Leave a comment:


  • TavaPeak
    replied
    So glad you are taking the effort to recycle the batteries. Here is site where you can enter your zip code & the item, and see some locations. I have some printer cartridges to recycle, and this site told me that a Boy Scout troop collects them. Cool!

    Battery Recycling - Earth911.com

    Leave a comment:


  • tCook
    replied
    My County website has information about specific recycling items, but you've maybe tried that already?

    Leave a comment:


  • dorayme
    replied
    We just dropped off our florescent and CFL bulbs last night at Lowes when we picked up some new ones and some LED's. They didn't have a common receptacle. We had to ask the service person and they have a return at the counter.

    Leave a comment:


  • Recycling alkaline batteries and CFLs / florescent tubes

    Does anyone know where you are supposed to take alkaline batteries for recycling? How about florescent light bulbs (4-foot-long shop tubes and the newer "CFL" compact florescent lamps)? I have asked around repeatedly and nobody can give me an answer.
Working...
X