VaporShield® is here! Air Cycle Corporation is very pleased to announce our brand new VaporShield® mail-back lamp recycling box, the latest advancement in lamp recycling box design. We’re committed to innovation in the pursuit of continually improving our products, and VaporShield® will help make recycling lamps easier than ever for facility managers.
Everything dies in time, and that includes fluorescent lamps. After each bulb burns out, it needs to be shipped to a processing center, the place where lamps go to die, and be recycled back into useful materials. Continue reading “Where Fluorescent Lamps Go To Die”
“Why should I convert my recycling containers to an EasyPak™ Sustainable Program?” That’s a great question! The Sustainable Program is a system that triggers a new order for a replacement EasyPak™ container after your original container has been shipped and processed. Continue reading “Why Convert to an EasyPak™ Sustainable Program?”
Electronics can do much good, from helping us accomplish facility management tasks more efficiently to keeping us in touch with faraway friends and family. But these benefits come with a drawback–the devices work only through the use of components that contain hazardous elements. Continue reading “60 Minutes Covers the Dangers of Improper E-Waste Disposal”
This week, Air Cycle added another new teammate to the crew: James Erve. James joins Air Cycle as a member of the Sales Support team and will be helping to manage customer data and order processing. Continue reading “A Warm Air Cycle Welcome to James Erve!”
Today, I’m introducing a fun, helpful new feature to the Air Cycle Blog: Facts for FAQs.
Each month, I’ll include an answer (a “fact”) to a question that gets asked a lot about the our products, recycling, or regulations in the hope of keeping our readers informed and knowledgeable about these topics. Continue reading “Introducing Facts for FAQs”
As Kermit the Frog once said, “It’s not easy being green”…and today some facility managers feel the same way. Whether it’s recycling waste or upgrading to energy efficient lighting, sometimes green facility practices can seem like they just aren’t worth the expense and hassle. Continue reading “Why Kermit the Frog Was Wrong”