The Crawford Electric Recycling Program, in partnership with TerraCycle Regulated Waste, gives customers a streamlined and simple way to properly dispose of environmentally harmful regulated wastes such as lamps, ballast, batteries, and electronics. Highlights of the program include:

  • Streamlined service for the procurement of recycling services
  • Compliant management of the containment, transportation, and processing of regulated waste material
  • Recycling certificates, which provide proof of proper disposal in accordance with EPA regulations
  • Resources to create marketing and PR materials that showcase your recycling efforts

Recycling Solutions

Option 1: EasyPak Boxes - Smaller Quantities

  • Prepaid boxes that you fill and ship via UPS to the recycler
  • Customer will register online
  • Material is traceable online
  • Recycler will count material and post results online
  • Customer will be able to print their own certificate of recycling online

Option 2: Bulk Pick Up - Medium to Large Quantities

  • Pack up large quantities of recycling material
  • Call Customer Service to schedule a pick-up
  • A Crawford Electric truck will pick up the material and send it to the recyclers to be processed
  • Once the recyclers count the material, the information will be sent back to Crawford recycling manager and customer will be invoiced
  • Certificate of recycling will be provided

Option 3: Bulb Eater - Large Quantities

  • Provides emission control to help create the safest work environment possible
  • The unit is equipped with a side-mounted dust filter unit containing the highest quality H.E.P.A. filter available, designed to filter both dust and mercury vapor
  • Processes straight and u-shaped fluorescent lamps

Why Recycle? 
Regulated wastes are materials that contain chemicals that are harmful to the environment and to public health. They are subject to the EPA Universal Waste Law, which outlines standards that businesses are required to follow concerning the disposal of products, which if violated can lead to legal ramifications and significant fines.