Air Cycle Corporation is excited to announce the release of the newest addition to its line of fluorescent lamp crushers, the Bulb Eater® 3L.
This new product is the next generation of the Bulb Eater® lamp crushing system, crushing straight fluorescent lamps of any length, CFL’s, and u-tube lamps into 100% recyclable material while capturing 99.99% of vapors released. The Bulb Eater® 3L technology makes it easier for businesses to be environmentally conscious while saving time and money. This machine has many of the features of the award-winning Bulb Eater® 3, but is offered at a reduced cost and is the perfect solution for those wanting to save money while reducing labor and recycling costs.
How does the Bulb Eater® 3L work?
The Bulb Eater® 3L pre-crushes fluorescent lamps and filling drums at your facility as an initial step in the recycling process. Once the drums are full, Air Cycle provides a nationwide pickup service for the lamps to be picked up and then recycled.
Recycle and save money all with one new product!
The Bulb Eater® 3L with Intelli Technology optimizes routine machine maintenance, reduces labor costs, minimizes storage space by up to 80%, and saves up to 50% on recycling costs. The Bulb Eater® 3L also provides your facility with OSHA and ACGIH compliance, worker safety, and environmental protection. If you are concerned with space and storage issues that often coincide with recycling solutions, you can now take full advantage of Air Cycle’s newest addition to its lamp crusher series.
With the power of Air Cycle’s simple, sustainable solutions for corporate recycling, facilities can save time and money with one comprehensive, nationwide service provider. Talk to one of our experts now to find out how The Bulb Eater® 3L can help you save space and reduce recycling costs more efficiently than ever before!
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Bulb Eater 3
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