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Environmental Services

Lamp, Ballast and Computer Recycling

We offer services to help residential and business customers recycle and dispose of hazardous and potentially hazardous materials in a safe, environmentally responsible way. Products like fluorescent lamps, standard ballasts, batteries and computer equipment can contain toxins that can be harmful to the environment. By recycling these products, hazardous waste such as mercury, lead, and cadmium is captured and disposed of in a proper manner. The glass, metal and plastic can be recycled and used to make new products.

View the Recycling Service Fees.

We provide competitive, efficient and safe recycling of lamps, ballasts, batteries and computer equipment for our customers by utilizing an EPA approved facility. NHU is pleased to offer this recycling service to our customers several times each year. The recycling dates are communicated through our web site, billing inserts and bill messages. Customers are responsible for bringing the products to New Holstein's collection site. Fees are collected at the time the recycled products are delivered to the collection site. We request that fluorescent lamps be boxed in their original containers, taped shut and the number of lamps to be recycled written on the box. The materials are collected by the vendor and properly recycled.

If you have any questions about the program, please contact our office.

Renewable Energy Incentive

Focus on Energy provides Cash-Back Rewards and grants for eligible Wisconsin residents and businesses to install renewable energy systems, such as solar hot water, solar electric and wind. Cash-Back Rewards typically cover 20 percent to 25 percent of the installed cost of the system, making renewable energy systems more affordable.

Before moving forward with any renewable energy project, Focus on Energy recommends having a certified site assessment done on your home or property. A statewide network of certified site assessors is available to answer questions about the technologies and will provide you with unbiased, site-specific information on the renewable energy potential at your site.

To find out more, visit Wisconsin Focus on Energy or call (800) 762-7077.