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Large Facility Solutions

Thursday, January 26, 2012
Have large quantities of mixed wastes to recycle? Planning a lighting retrofit that will generate hundreds of spent fluorescent lamps over a short time? Want to try a faster method of packaging lamps before they are recycled? Need to implement a recycling program for multiple facilities? Large facility solutions are available to meet these needs!

A Bulk Pickup makes it simple to ship lots of different wastes types at the same time for recycling, while the Bulb Eater® lamp crusher is perfect for a facility relighting program or just to simplify the lamp packaging process. Custom recycling websites and environmental consulting are also available for large, multi-facility applications.

Newsweek Ranks CBRE 2011 Greenest Real Estate Firm

Sunday, January 22, 2012
Newsweek, in its annual Green Rankings, rated CBRE Group, Inc. the greenest real estate company of 2011, according to an article in RealEstateRama. The Green Rankings list measures the environmental performance--based on environmental impact, management and disclosure--of the 500 largest publicly traded companies based in the U.S. This is the fourth year in a row that CBRE has won the top spot among real estate firms. is proud to support the green efforts of CBRE by providing the EasyPak™ recycling program for spent fluorescent lamps, ballasts, batteries, and electronic waste.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012
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Congress Delays Incandescent Light Bulb Ban

Wednesday, January 4, 2012
While many facility managers have already phased out incandescent light bulbs in favor of energy-saving fluorescent lamps, any remaining incandescent bulbs will be allowed to remain in use for now, according to this article from the Chicago Tribune. Facility managers who have yet to make the switch in preparation for the ban will have until September 30, 2012, when the reprieve will end.

A switch to compact fluorescent lamps requires the lamps to be recycled when they burn out, due to the hazardous mercury content contained in each lamp. EasyPak™ CFL Recycling Containers make recycling simple, with prepaid return shipping and optional automatic reordering. Learn more » EasyPak™ CFL Recycling Containers