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Keyword: Metal recycling, 8 Links

Mercury Recyclers - EHSO
Abstract: Maintained by "Environmental Health and Safety Online," contains names and addresses of mercury recyclers located mostly in the midwest and east coast of the US.
Source: Environmental Health and Safety Online
URL: http://www.ehso.com/mercury.php

Mercury Recyclers - Ohio EPA
Abstract: List of mecury recyclers mainly in the midwest and east coast of the US.
Source: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.epa.state.oh.us/opp/recyc/mercrec.html

List of Recycling Service Providers for Fluorescent Lamps and Other Mercury-Containing Items [PDF]
Abstract: List of mercury recyclers location in the midwest and east coast of the US.
Source: Indiana Department of Environmental Management
URL: http://www.state.in.us/idem/ctap/mercury/recyclers.pdf

Toxics in Vehicles: Mercury [PDF]
Abstract: The report shows that emissions from vehicle recycling and disposal processes are one of the largest sources of mercury contamination to the environment. The report also examines strategies for cleaner production and proposes key policy solutions to eliminate mercury hazards from both new and existing vehicles.
Source: University of Tennessee Center of Clean Products and Clean Technology, Great Lakes United, Ecology Center
URL: http://www.cleancarcampaign.org/pdfs/execsumm.pdf

Questions from Auto Recycling Yards on Collection, Storing, Transporting and Recycling Mercury Switches [PDF]
Abstract: NY DEC answers questions from Auto Recyclers.
Source: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
URL: http://www.cleancarcampaign.org/pdfs/Q_A_on_AABrochure.pdf

Switch Out: Auto Dismantler's Guide [PDF]
Abstract: A "how-to" guide for Canadian Auto Dismantlers including location of mercury switches, removal procedures, and handling requirements.
Source: Pollution Probe
URL: http://www.pollutionprobe.org/Reports/mercswitchout.pdf

Mercury Contamination from Metal Scrap Processing Facilities A Study by Ohio EPA [PDF]
Abstract: Report of project to determine the amount of mercury emitted from metal scrap processing facilities in Ohio. Some facilities were required to do stack testing.
Source: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency
URL: http://www.epa.state.oh.us/dapc/atu/mercpaper.pdf

Maine Mercury-Added Products: Motor Vehicle Components Law
Abstract: Law enacted by the Maine legislature to address mercury in motor vehicles.
Source: Maine Department of Environmental Protection
URL: http://janus.state.me.us/legis/statutes/38/title38sec1665-a.html


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