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800-558-1166

3055 Holmgren Way
Green Bay, WI 54304

Lamp Recyclers Inc.
serves the Midwest
United States:
Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Illinois, Indiana,
and Michigan.

What hazardous materials are in
your computer?

Lead, cadmium and other metals from CRT monitors.

Chromium, lead, beryllium, mercury, cadmium, nickel, zinc, silver, and gold from printed circuit boards found in all components.

Nickel, cadmium, lithiuim, mercury, and lead from batteries found in CPUs, laptops, and portable devices.

Mercury from relays and switches found in CPUs, monitors, and terminals.


Shipping Computer Components
Information regarding the recommended packing and shipping of waste electronic equipment.

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Computer Components

Computer WasteThe rapid turnover in computer technology is having a troubling side effect. Each year millions of computers become obsolete. As technology advances, you need to properly handle your outdated equipment.

Computer components such as monitors, keyboards, and CPUs contain toxic metals — classifying them as hazardous waste. Businesses and institutions need to be concerned about what happens to their used computers, as they are subject to full hazardous waste regulations when discarded. The good news is that these same computers are subject to reduced regulation — if they are recycled.

What this means is that businesses and institutions may collect and transport their own used computers to a recycler without a solid or hazardous waste transporter's license or hazardous waste manifest.

Not all companies are equally equipped to recycle used computer parts. At Lamp recyclers, you'll be sure that every part of the computers, monitors, and keyboards you supply are totally recycled. Nothing is landfilled! Not only does this mean you are contributing to a cleaner environment, but also your company will not incur fines from improper disposal of hazardous waste.

Recycling obsolete electronic equipment is easy with Lamp Recyclers. We run regular pickup routes throughout the Midwest. Our customers simply call us to request a pickup of material, and are then scheduled for pickup on the next route in that area.