How To Dispose Of Batteries, Fluorescent Globes And Paint

How Should You Dispose Of Batteries, Fluorescent Light Globes And Paint?

Whether you are renovating your home for profit or just completing some essential home maintenance tasks, you will inevitably run into the scenario whereby you need to dispose of batteries, fluorescent light globes and paint.

So what is the responsible, sustainable and legal way of disposing of these common home maintenance items?

How To Dispose Of Paint

There are free drop off points for disposing of paint throughout Australia. All you need to do is Google your location + free paint disposal. The majority of paint drop off stations are located in Local Council properties.

For example, if you visit the Sustainability.Gov.Au website, it lists 30 permanent drop-off sites in Victoria that offer free paint disposal.

How To Dispose Of Batteries

The Environment.NSW.Gov.Au website highlights that "recycling of batteries is preferable to disposal."

Household batteries contain harmful substances such as mercury, cadmium and lead. Preventing these chemicals from entering into landfill is a responsible and sustainable choice.

What Is The Best Battery Disposal Service?

A simple and effective means of battery recycling is to take advantage of a pre-paid battery recycling pail from Lamp Recyclers. Whether you want to use AfterPay and the 4 easy interest-free payments or not this is the easiest battery disposal option for both residential and commercial use.

What types of batteries are accepted?

Lithium Metal Batteries, Lithium-Ion Batteries, Potassium Hydroxide Solid Batteries, Electric Batteries and Storage Batteries.

The Lamp Recyclers team have developed a recycling system that offers the ultimate convenience. Visit the company website to discover how easy the system is!

How to Recycle Fluorescent Globes?

Lamp Recyclers also provides a range of options for recycling fluorescent globes. You can choose recycling packs for globes up to 5-feet in length. There are also cost-effective packages for mixed lamps and globes.

The recycle fluorescent tubes boxes are collected from your site saving you time, money and hassle.

If you have any questions about recycling light bulbs, batteries or fluorescent light globes, you can ask the industry-leaders and innovators on the Lamp Recyclers page.

Lamp Recyclers

Address: Suite 902/65 York St, Sydney NSW 2000

Phone: 1300 789 917


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