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If you have broken, burned out or tangled strings of holiday lights, unwanted light strings, power cords and power strips, don't throw them into the trash. Often, then can be recycled! Beware that much of this type of information on other websites is very outdated. We've tried to include the most receent information below and updated it every year, right after Christmas, but since the poeple running the recycling programs often do not update their informatioin, you've got to follow the links below and contact them to be certain the programs are still running. here are the methods to recycle your lights in order of easy and reliability:
Local Cities often have trash/recycling collection programs
that included a recycling bin which allows for Christmas lights.
Check this page for your state and area's information.
HolidayLEDS (which is a brand of Christmas lights you've seen in the
stores) offers free a light recycling program. You can ship
lights to the company for recycling from October 1-February 28. All
you have to do is send them your old Christmas lights for recycling and
they'll send you a coupon good for 15% off HolidayLEDs.com LED Christmas
lights. All coupons may only be redeemed once on a single order and may not
be used with with any other offer, discount or coupon. Exclusions apply. Not
valid on sale products, Commercial Wholesale Case Pricing products, or
over-sized shipping items.
How Should I Ship My Lights?
You can send your lights via any shipping method you like. However, there is no reason to send them express. We would recommend that you send them by the least expensive method available.
Can I send Christmas lights to you any time?
Yes. The Christmas Light Recycling Program is open year round. First click here to get your coupon.
Once you have packed up and shipped us your lights please complete our Christmas light recycling form and we will email you your coupon as soon as we confirm shipment.
Send your lights via USPS, FedEx, or UPS Ground to:
HOLIDAY LEDS RECYCLING
13400 WATERTOWN PLANK RD. SUITE 34
ELM GROVE, WI 53122
Please note, if you are in Southeastern WI, you may drop your lights off at this address Monday thru Friday between 9AM and 4PM
In the Brooklyn, Mi area? Call 866-492-4330 for more information on how you can participate locally in our Recycling Program.
Christmas Light Source accepts holiday lights all year-round.
Proceeds from this recycling program benefit the Marine Toys for Tots
This program is active all year and we save all recycling proceeds for this year's Toys for Tots donation.On top of helping children in the DFW area, you can feel good knowing that your lights didn't end up and a landfill and were appropriately recycled in the US.
Here's how you can participate in our program to get your lights recycled, get a discount on your next order of Christmas lights and support Toys for Tots at the same time:
1. Take your old, broken Christmas lights and box them up in the smallest box that will accommodate the lights and send them to us in the cheapest and slowest way at:
Note: We have a new address for our recycling program - if you've participated in the past, please use the following address:
Christmas Light Source
4313 Elmwood Drive
Benbrook, TX 76116
2. Please include your name and email address (mandatory if you want the discount code - we won't save it or sell it) and we'll email you a code that will be good for 10% off a single order of Christmas lights (one rebate coupon per household).
3. Then we'll take the lights, have them recycled and take the proceeds from the recycling and use them to buy books, educational games, puzzles and toys!
4. These items will then be donated to the DFW Marine Toys for Tots Foundation.
Some retailers like Home Depot, Lowe's, and Walmart collect lights for a few weeks during the winter holidays. Check with your local store below:
Lowes - We are told all of their stores will accept Christmas lights for recycling.
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