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Fluorescent tube waste has to be handled and disposed of in a prescribed manner and by a specialist company. This is where we can help.

In line with our environmental policy and the various environmental services we offer, we offer a very convenient method of disposing of fluorescent tubes for our customers, which wont cost the earth.

Waste Worx will supply you with an appropriate container for the storage of your spent fluorescent lamps and visit your premises on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, to crush your fluorescent lamp waste safely and responsibly, on site, there and then.

The fluorescent lamps are crushed into a 210lt steel drum, utilizing a special designed & crafted crushing device and when full, the drum is then sealed & transported to a hazardous landfill site for safe disposal.

Our fluorescent lamp waste crushing service will afford you the peace of mind that you are

not contributing to the harmful effects which incorrect disposal of fluorescent tubes has on

our environment.

The mercury from 1 single Fluorescent tube is enough to pollute 30,000 litres of water

beyond the safe drinking standard in South Africa.

Fluorescent lamps, which contain highly toxic mercury, is classified as hazardous waste and poses a large threat to the environment if not handled & disposed of correctly.

Legislation has made it illegal to just dump old, worn out fluorescent tubes into the normal waste system. It can cause sever damage to the environment , as well as the potential risk of being fined, which will ultimately affect your business and its bottom line!

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