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Oregon Fluorescent Bulb Recycling Regulations

Due to mercury concerns, recycling fluorescent bulbs is highly recommended by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and is required for many facilities throughout the state

Crushing fluorescent bulbs is allowed in Oregon

Prepaid bulb recycling by mail is allowed in Oregon

but may be within State UW regulations. No onmay crush third-partlamps wiout tremenahorizn [1]. Noobiltmenuns.插图

Crushes fluorescent lamps of any size while removing mercury vapors. Reduces labor, recycling costs, and storage vs. packing lamps.

but may be within State UW regulations. No onmay crush third-partlamps wiout tremenahorizn [1]. Noobiltmenuns.插图(1)

Fill up containers with bulbs, ballasts, batteries, or e-waste at your own pace and mail back via prepaid shipping.

but may be within State UW regulations. No onmay crush third-partlamps wiout tremenahorizn [1]. Noobiltmenuns.插图(2)

For larger amounts of bulbs, ballasts, batteries, or e-waste. Trucks come pick up waste at your location for recycling.

The stringency table below provides examples of state regulations compared to the EPA regulations.We strongly recommend that you discuss stringency with your primary state regulatory contact. This information should not be interpreted as definitive legal guidance. This document was produced in June 2004, and we do not guarantee its accuracy after that date, as state policies may change at any time.

(same means the state policy is the same as the federal policy)

Generator Exemption (CESQG):Generators producing less than 100 kg (220 pounds) of hazardous waste (HW) or 1 kg acute HW in each month, including all HW generated. CESQGs are exempt from federal rules, but not exempt from liability (40 CFR 261.5)

Where can waste from CESQG go?Waste may go to any Municipal Solid Waste Landfill (MSWLF)

Can the waste be declared non-hazardous, based on TCLP?Wastes that test less than 0.2mg/l soluble mercury are not considered hazardous under federal rules.

Other stringency or exemptions?Crushing can only be done by generator(40 CFR 262.34); crushed waste that is not UW- must be managed as RCRA HW. Crushing not allowed within federal UWR, but may be within State UW regulations. No one may crush third-party lamps without treatment authorization [1]. No mobile treatment units.

Where can waste from CESQG go?Waste may go to MSWLF if there is no local ban on lamp disposal

Can the waste be declared non-hazardous, based on TCLP?same

Rick Volpel -Hazardous Waste Specialist

Agency Address: Department of Environmental Quality,811 SW 6th Ave, 9th Floor,Portland, OR97204-1390

Jeff Bickford -Senior Environmental Engineer

Area of Responsibility:Lamp collection program in Salem/Marion County