Athens, Georgia -- the home of Bulldogs, bands, and beer.
So, I have pretty much replaced all my light bulbs with CFCs over the past year. One of those bulbs went out. So I took it back to Lowes to recycle it. The young lady at the customer service desk told me that they don't recycle those bulbs. I thought there was a state law that mandates that business that sell CFCs must recycle them. Is that not the case? If not, what do I do with the bulb? It contains mercury so putting it in the trash is not an option. Anyone got any ideas on this?