Set Clocks Back Nov. 4 – Recycle Batteries & CFLs
Daylight Saving Time is a good reminder to test your home’s smoke detectors and change out old batteries. As winter approaches, it’s also a great time to replace burned-out light bulbs with energy-efficient CFL light bulbs.
Old flourescent bulbs and tubes, Ni-Cad and Lithium rechargeable and other hazardous batteries can be disposed of free of charge at Seattle’s Household Hazardous Waste stations and other convenient locations.
Incandescent light bulbs and alkaline batteries, such as the ones AA, AAA, C, 9-volt and D can be disposed of in Seattle’s curbside garbage cans as they are not considered hazardous.
For more information on where to dispose of household hazardous waste, including station locations and hours, contact www.lhwmp.org or (206) 296-4692.
Posted: October 23rd, 2012 under At Your Service.