Computer components (i.e. monitors and hard drives) can also be picked up and recycled through this program.
Arrangements are coordinated by Two Rivers Water & Light with the vendor to pick up the (potentially) hazardous materials. The utility contacts the customers who are program participants to inform them of the pick up date and to get information from the customer as to how much material they have to be picked up.
If your business would like to participate in the lamp/ballast recycling program, or if you would like more information, contact us at (920) 793-5550.
Renewable Energy Incentive
Focus on Energy offers Cash-Back Rewards for renewable energy installations and will connect you with experts who can help you determine if your property is a good candidate for a renewable system. Cash-Back Rewards typically cover 20% to 25% of the installed cost of the system, making renewable energy systems more affordable.
Before moving forward with any renewable energy project, Focus on Energy recommends having a certified site assessment done on your home or property. A statewide network of certified site assessors is available to answer questions about the technologies and will provide you with unbiased, site-specific information on the renewable energy potential at your site. Funding for residential renewable projects is fixed each year and availability is on a first-come first-served basis.
To find out more about the qualifying technologies, visit Wisconsin Focus on Energy or call (800) 762-7077.
Solar PV Buy-Back Energy Program