Compact Fluorescent Lightbulb (CFL) recycling offered at LFP City Hall

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Help divert hazardous waste from landfills by bringing your used compact fluorescent light bulbs to City Hall for recycling. CFLs contain mercury, which is a hazardous substance if disposed of improperly. Never place them in your curbside garbage or recycling containers.

The City of Lake Forest Park applies for local hazardous waste grant funding from King County every year to pay for residents to recycle used batteries and electronics. This year the City is adding CFL recycling to the mix as well.

Here are websites to help you find where and how to recycle objects that do not go in your curbside recycling or offered at City Hall:

Lake Forest Park residents - take the City survey on recycling


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