Battery, Bulb and Ballast Destruction and Recycling

 We only use proper care and handling solutions that prevent unnecessary landfill waste and potential hazards to the environment. We can help your business safely recycle bulbs and batteries

Battery Recycling

We recycle a great majority of batteries types. We can ensure your business recycling operates safely and smoothly.

  • Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) Batteries
  • Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Batteries
  • Lithium Polymer (Li Poly) & Lithium Ion (Li Ion)
  • UPS Batteries
  • Alkaline Batteries
  • Lead acid (Pb) Batteries
  • Other Battery makes

We are committed to ensuring battery recycling in California reduces waste in our landfills, stops harmful battery chemicals from damaging our environment, and recycling materials when possible.

Lightbulb Recycling

The proper process of light bulb Recycling in California is a crucial step to ensuring a safe and environmentally friendly disposal. The biggest concern when it comes to lightbulb recycling is there mercury content.

We can recycling the following bulbs:

  • High Intensity Discharge (Metal Halide, Bi-Metal, High Pressure Sodium)
  • Fluorescent Tubes (all diameters and lengths)
  • Shatter-shield and Plastic Coated
  • Compact Fluorescent
  • Circular Fluorescent
  • U-Bend Fluorescent
  • Lighting Ballasts
  • Ultra Violet (UV)
  • Flood Lamps
  • Incandescent
  • Halogen
  • Neon

With over 15 years of industry experience, Sledgehammer’s team helps our customers protect themselves from potential liability and secure their brand image and proprietary information.

At Sledgehammer, we understand that no two products are alike. We work closely with our customers to find the best method of destruction for their individual materials. Depending on how a product is packaged, different trucks may be needed to haul. We offer enclosed trailers, roll-offs, box trucks and cargo vans for the smaller jobs. Once picked up, all products are processed securely within 24 hours. All of our methods of destruction come complete with photos and a certificate of destruction or disposal, guaranteeing the service was completed.

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