RECYCLE LIGHT BULBS

While lamps are not a major source of mercury pollution, the improper disposal of large numbers of lamps does add mercury into the environment. The release of mercury is most likely to occur when the lamp is thrown in a garbage truck or dumpster. The best way to prevent the release of mercury from lighting is to recycle lamps and not dispose of them in the solid waste stream, recycling lamps capture the mercury, allowing it to be reused. 

Aquaria Services has implemented a program where in ALL aquarium and pond light bulbs are collected and recycled through a certified program

 

BATTERIES

Today’s common household batteries are not thought to pose as great of a threat to properly equipped modern landfills as they used to because they contain much less mercury than their predecessors. Never the less, environmentally concerned consumers might feel better recycling such batteries anyway, as they still do contain trace amounts of mercury and other potential toxic materials. Aquaria Services can assist with their recycle program.  

 

SOLAR WATER FEATURES 

Solar products use renewable energy from the sun to generate power, so once installed require no operating cost and minimal maintenance.Solar products use a wide range of materials including ceramic, terracotta,slate, stone-cast resin, stainless steel, copper, aluminum, and various types of glass.These can be inclusive of water features, pouring features, bird baths and multi-tiered fountains, either using integrated or remote solar panels. Battery backups are also available, allowing your feature to be used day or night.

 

REFILLABLE CONTAINERS 

Aquaria Services Inc. is dedicated to reducing their carbon footprint. Buying in bulk is practical and the refilling of containers is a cost effective, and the first place to start reducing plastic waste.

Going Green

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Unfortunately many of the ocean’s reefs are in decline and the general consensus is that various forms of pollution are the biggest reasons why. Increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the air and water plus silt, fertilizer and sewage runoff are destroying the pristine environments that the reefs need to survive. If you would like to help, you can do your part right here at home. Reduce your carbon footprint, eliminate runoff of pesticides and fertilizer into your local watershed and recycle your plastics.

 

Aquaria Services Inc. advocates protecting the natural environment from destruction or pollution. We are committed to utilizing environmentally friendly and ecologically responsible decisions in all aspects of our services.

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