All types of light bulbs and tubes. Note that it is important that light bulbs do not break, as hazardous materials could escape into the environment.
- Energy saving light bulbs
- Fluorescent tubes
- Halogen bulbs
- Incandescent bulbs
What happens to the material?
Light bulbs are disassembled by accredited processors. Materials that are environmentally hazardous are removed and treated in the appropriate manner. Recyclable materials are separated and directed toward the appropriate channels
Light bulbs can also be dropped off in electronic equipment stores as well as at accredited recipients of hazardous materials. Further information can be found on the website of the Recycling Fund or by phoning the Fund.
- Fish waste
- Fat from sewage and washed screenings waste
- Fat-rich slaughter – more than 20% fat, < 60 mm shred
- Feed, meal and wheat
- Pre processed municipal waste
- Chicken manure
- Horse manure
- Pumpable bio-waste
- Fish liver oil waste
- Brewery waste
- Slaughter waste – Risk category 2
- Slaughter waste – Risk category 3
- Pig manure