UK Corporation Announces World's First Light Bulb Recycling Machine

UK corporation Revend Recycling Ltd, has launched an innovative reverse vending recycling machine for the collection and recycling of domestic light bulbs and domestic batteries.

The machine is the “FIRST” domestic light bulb reverse vending recycling machine of its type in the World and has been jointly designed and developed by Revend Recycling Ltd and Repant ASA, a corporation listed on the Norwegian Stock Exchange.

Increased demand for recycling light bulbs and the international change over to CFL and LED domestic light bulbs and the recycling of domestic batteries is a key environment policy for all Governments, the EU Commission and the United Nations.

The new range of light bulb recycling machines from Revend will help to increase national recycling rates and assist companies and organisations comply with their recycling targets and environmental recycling obligations.

Revend Recycling will sell & market unique reverse vending recycling machines throughout Europe, USA & worldwide under its brand name Revend.

Recently, Revend Recycling has signed a supply agreement with IKEA of Sweden, and will install a number of machines in several IKEA stores including the UK, Germany, & Denmark.

IKEA is the first to install the unique light bulb reverse vending recycling technology in its stores starting with IKEA Wembley and IKEA Wednesbury, West Midlands.
 

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