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    When lamps have been used for the number of hours recommended by the manufacturer, they should be replaced with lamps that are compatible to those specified on the tanning unit label.  Your registered service provider can assist you in finding lamps that are compatible with your bed.
    Old tanning lamps contain mercury and should be disposed of in a manner that prevents mercury contamination.  Below you will find links to sites that can help you find a location to dispose of your lamps.  Your service provider may also be able to assist you in disposing of old lamps.
    NC DENR list of facilities recycling mercury containing bulbs



ALMR Lamp Recyclers, Service Providers and Equipment Manufacturers
link to http://www.almr.org/map.html for map of country with locations and contact information




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Radiation Protection Section
1645 MSC, Raleigh, NC 27699-1645
phone: 919-814-2250