The Bulb Eater on recently ran an article entitled “Crushing Fluorescent Bulbs: Saving the Environment While Saving Money” that discusses fluorescent bulbs and the importance of recycling them due to the mercury inside. However, the main thrust of the article (as you may have guessed from the title!) is the fact that crushing lamps is the most cost-efficient and time-saving method of proper disposal. While it was great to see Air Cycle and the Bulb Eater mentioned multiple times in the piece, probably the best thing was having several positive testimonials from Bulb Eater users. Here’s a great quote from the piece: Continue reading “The Bulb Eater on”

Introducing Customizable Tools for Larger Companies and Distributors

Air Cycle is pleased to announce two unique opportunities for companies with multiple locations and potential distributors:

Custom Corporate Recycling - Air Cycle Corp.Custom Corporate Recycling Portal
Perfect for companies with multiple locations, the Custom Corporate Portal will allow users to create, manage, and track their corporate-wide recycling program from a centralized location. Continue reading “Introducing Customizable Tools for Larger Companies and Distributors”

How fluorescent bulbs are made

I recently ran across this really cool video detailing the entire fluorescent bulb manufacturing process. The video shows every step, from the shaping of the glass tubes to the cutting of the wires inside, as well as the insertion of all the needed components. Pretty intricate process for such a simple result! Continue reading “How fluorescent bulbs are made”