Breton Electric

Serving the North Shore and Boston Metropolitan area
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12 Armory St

Wakefield MA 01880
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Recycling Information: Wakefield MA and beyond
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All fluorescent bulbs contain at least a small amount of mercury. They are safe to use, but must be disposed of properly. 

A special offer to our customers:

When we do work at your home or small business, we will be happy to take your fluorescent bulbs and see that they are recycled safely!

For Wakefield Residents:  Covanta Haverhill, Inc. sponsors FREE mercury recycling drop-offs at the Nahant Pit.  See Town of Wakefield recycling info for dates and times.

For Stoneham, Reading, Melrose, and Lynnfield residents: 
Contact Covanta Haverhill Inc.

For more information, see CovantaEnergy Mercury Facility/Haverhill

Click HERE for info about a local bottle and can redemption center!

Staples offers recycling for all brands, purchased anywhere, of computers and office technology products for a $10 processing fee per machine. Staples also offers its customers free recycling of  ink toner and cartridges, cell phones, and rechargeable batteries. See: Staples Recycling for details


Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC)
Through their national program, Call2Recycle™, the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) can help you recycle your used portable rechargeable batteries and old cell phones. Click HERE to find local merchants who accept rechargeable batteries for recycling.  Hint, use the zip code and "within miles" search option.  For Wakefield residents:  Hart's Hardware in Wakefield, Radio Shack in Stoneham, and Home Depot all accept rechargeable batteries.

Earth 911/Massachusetts
Links to many recycling resources of all kinds.
Information about donating and collecting wireless phones for charity.

Updates and more recycling information on the way!


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