SUNY ESF will collect and recycle all fluorescent, mercury vapor, metal halide and high-pressure sodium light bulbs used on campus. While many of these bulbs may not actually be hazardous, they will be managed as hazardous waste under the Universal Waste rules, in a manner that prevents releases to the environment.
|Baker||Jahn basement janitor closet|
|Bray||3rd floor janitor closet|
|Illick||5th floor janitor closet and room 308|
|Jahn||Basement janitor closet|
|Moon||Basement janitor closet|
|Physical Plant||Lamp area of stockroom|
|Walters||1st floor janitor closet in men’s room|
All ESF employees responsible for collecting and packaging Universal Waste light bulbs, including trades workers and cleaning staff, will undergo training in proper handling procedures. The EHS Office will provide this training.
You may call the Environmental Health and Safety Office at 470-6964 or 470-6896 with any questions. We appreciate your efforts to promote this environmentally responsible program.