Batteries and Flourescent Bulbs Are Hazmats Commission Warns

The Northern Virginia Regional Commission is warning that commonly disposed of objects like rechargeable batteries and fluorescent light bulbs contain levels of mercury and other toxins that are hazardous to the environment and need to be disposed of or recycled properly. The Fairfax Extra article is here.

By  |  April 13, 2006; 12:06 PM ET  | Category:  Environment
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