What waste disposal is, and in particular – what disposal of fluorescent lamps is

Recycling or processing (also recycling) - reuse or recycling of production waste. The most common secondary, tertiary, etc. (permanent recycling) processing of materials such as glass, paper, aluminum, asphalt, iron, fabrics and various types of plastic, mercury-containing waste. Also, since ancient times, organic agricultural and food wastes are used, which, when placed in a compost…
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About luminescent lamps in layperson’s terms: their advantages and disadvantages

Optical radiation (ultraviolet, visible, infrared) has a significant positive physiological and psychological effect on a person. Daylight is the most useful. It affects many life processes, metabolism, physical development and health. But the active activity of man continues even when the sun is hiding behind the horizon. Artificial lighting comes in place of daylight. Only…
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How to do demercurization

When mercury spills are necessary to provide air flow to prevent vapor concentration. For demercurization premises initially produce mechanical collection of droplets by using sheets of paper (in the simplest case) or amalgamated copper plates; mercury collection is usually placed in a container with water that is completely justified, since water (and other liquids) does…
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