|By Marketwired .||
|December 19, 2013 06:01 PM EST||
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - December 19, 2013) - Sims Metal Management (ASX: SGM) (OTC: SMSMY), the world's largest metals and electronics recycler, announced they can accept all types of holiday lights for recycling this season. Both working and non-working incandescent or light emitting diode (LED) lights can be collected at your local Sims Metal Management facility.
Many people are updating their incandescent bulbs to LED lights because they last longer, save energy, and don't use heat, reducing fire hazard risks. Regardless of the type of bulb, when ready for disposal both types contain recyclable raw materials such as plastic, copper and glass.
"This Holiday season Sims Metal Management wanted to send out an important reminder for those replacing their holiday lights, to properly dispose of the old," stated Bob Kelman, president of Sims Metal Management, North America. "By recycling these old or broken lights with Sims, we can help keep the toxins in the electric cables from polluting local landfills."
Sims Metal Management has over 270 facilities on five continents, including North America. Some of the major locations include Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Tenn., Morrisville, Pa., Phoenix, Providence, R.I., Redwood City, Calif., Richmond, B.C., Richmond, Va., Salt Lake City, Stamford, Conn., Toledo, OH, Trenton, N.J., Tulsa, Okla., and Worcester, Mass. To find a location near you, please visit the website, www.simsmm.com.
Sims Metal Management
Sims Metal Management is the world's largest listed metal and electronics recycler with approximately 270 facilities and 6,300 employees globally. During fiscal year 2013 the Company generated approximately 63% of its revenue from operations in North America. The Company's ordinary shares are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: SGM) and its ADRs are currently listed in the United States on the OTC Markets (OTC: SMSMY). Please visit our website (www.simsmm.com) for more information on the Company and recent developments.
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