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Did you know? Spent residential CFLs collected for recycling are not regulated as a hazardous waste. JEA, the City of Jacksonville and participating Green Partners retailers have partnered to create a convenient system for disposing of spent compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs). Only CFLs from Duval County residents will be collected. Broken CFLs and any other types of fluorescent lighting (such as tubes) will not be collected.
|10130 Philips Hwy||(904) 262-8113|
|Batteries Plus Bulbs|
|10991 - 56 San Jose Blvd||(904) 620-9992|
|3747 Southside Blvd||(904) 886-2800|
|790 Skymarks Dr Suite 105||(904) 503-9280|
|13794 Beach Blvd Suite 2||(904) 677-5911|
|4901 Gate Pkwy||(904) 997-7018|
|Curry Thomas Hardware|
|3135 Beach Blvd||(904) 398-1650|
|3907 Baymeadows Rd||(904) 737-1687|
|Hagan's - 12501 San Jose Blvd||(904) 268-9597|
|Proctor's - 5723 University Blvd W||(904) 731-1144|
|Proctor's - 580 Atlantic Blvd||(904) 249-5622|
|USN Mayport Navy Exchange|
|2292 Mayport Rd, #150, Jacksonville, FL 32233||(904) 242-3259|
How the Partnership Works
Duval County residents can collect their spent CFLs and take them to a participating JEA Green Partner retailer listed above for disposal. JEA’s Green Partner retailers provide the disposal locations, JEA provides transportation to the City of Jacksonville (COJ) Household Hazardous Waste Collection site. The City will then send them to a recycling facility for mercury recovery.
How to Dispose of Non-Targeted Lights
- Non-Duval County Residents: Contact your county or city solid waste program for guidance.
- Residential Fluorescent Tubes: There are two options for disposal:
- Take tubes to the COJ Household Hazardous Waste Collection site at 2675 Commonwealth Avenue.
- Take them to a COJ Household Hazardous Waste Mobile Collection Events.
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