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Our Approach to Your Turn-Key Parking Lot Lighting

There are more than just a few things to consider when planning your parking lot lighting. Therefore, it’s important to work with a commercial lighting expert to ensure compliance with local ordinances, industry standards, and other important details. If you begin working with someone that skips important planning pieces, your project will face challenges and risk having to re-install lighting again… yes, this happens! It doesn’t matter if you save a ton of energy but are still faced with liabilities due to a dark, unsafe lot.

Lamp Recycling Calculator

Use Bay Lighting's Lamp Recycling Calculator as a general estimate for your commercial property.
Count the number of fluorescent, neon, CFLs, and high density discharge (HID) lamps that you plan to recycle and enter that number into the field. Our calculator will give you a general estimate for budgeting purposes.
Number of Bulbs
Estimated Cost of Recycling: $ {{ addNumberComma( (form.bulbTotal/3) * form.costPerPound ) }}
icon LED lamps can be recycled with us; however, they are not required to be recycled, by law, at this time. Thank you.

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August 29, 2022
In April, the Department of Energy finalized two rules requiring manufactures to sell energy-efficient lightbulbs. This means older, inefficient lightbulbs that don’t meet the new standards can no longer be manufactured and sold. The primary purposes for these rules are to drive down electricity use, save consumers money, and decrease greenhouse gas emissions.
July 15, 2022
It’s estimated that schools spend billions of dollars annually on energy, and it’s often the second-highest operating expenditure (following personnel costs). Each year, these expenses continue to increase while budgets often decrease, leading educators to look for ways to save money throughout the year. One way is by making some lighting updates that are more energy efficient, therefore saving money on energy bills. LED uses up to 75% less energy than conventional lighting systems, which keeps dollars in your budget for other important things.

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