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Your projector lamp and the environment
We hope that by facilitating the replacement of a projector lamp we can contribute to extend your lamp's lifespan. Never dispose of a projector when only the lamp is defective!
We have drastically lowered the costs for replacing a projector lamp in order to pay off your initial investment.
Recycling a projector bulb
Projector lamps can be a source of environmental pollution because of various substances they contain.
We strongly advise against discarding a damaged projector bulb with household waste since it contains toxic mercury vapor which harms the environment.
We urge customers to return their used lamps and to contact recycling facilities, e.g. through http://www.wasteonline.org.uk/
Specialized lamp recycling facilities in the UK are e.g. provided by:
Lampcare (UK) Recycling Ltd
Windlestone Manor, Windlestone
County Durham DL17 0NA
t 01388 721000 f 01388 722227
Mercury Recycling Ltd
Canalside North, John Gilbert Way
Manchester M17 1DP
0161 877 0977
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