Light bulbs

<p>In Los Angeles, light bulbs cannot be placed in the recycling bin. Incandescent bulbs can be thrown in the black trash bin, but fluorescent, compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) and light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs are considered household hazardous waste and must be taken to a Solvents, Automotive, Flammables and Electronics, or SAFE, center for disposal because they may contain mercury or other hazardous materials.</p>
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Arcadia: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Culver City: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Glendale: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Long Beach: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Los Angeles: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Riverside: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Santa Monica: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.<br /> Torrance: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.

In Los Angeles, light bulbs cannot be placed in the recycling bin. Incandescent bulbs can be thrown in the black trash bin, but fluorescent, compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) and light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs are considered household hazardous waste and must be taken to a Solvents, Automotive, Flammables and Electronics, or SAFE, center for disposal because they may contain mercury or other hazardous materials.


Arcadia: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Culver City: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Glendale: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Long Beach: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Los Angeles: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Riverside: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Santa Monica: No. All bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.
Torrance: No. Incandescents can go in trash; all other bulbs must be treated as hazardous waste.

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