The project period was from Mar 16, 2010 to Dec 31, 2010. The tasks included enhancing the treatment efficiency of waste batteries and waste lamps, testing for the heavy metal contents within the batteries and lamps, inspecting the suspected unregistered producers/importers in the market, lowering the lamp breakage, reviewing the differential subsidy rates for batteries and lamps, and holding the public campaigns and activities of promoting waste batteries and waste lamps collection. The collections of the foreign and domestic recycling targets of waste batteries and waste lamps had been completed. By analyzing the data, the suggestions of improving the metal separation and purification technologies were feasible. After reviewing the foreign and domestic information of the recycling treatment and pollution prevention equipments, made the suggestions like to optimum the operation of active-carbon absorption and its control coefficients for waste batteries recycling, to set the pressure observing gauge and alarm system for waste lamps recycling. Besides, provided the perspectives of the market trends and proclamation advises by gathering the data of Ni-Mn battery, fuel battery, Li-Fe battery, LED, OLED, and CCFL. For the sales volume and market trend evaluation, generated the management suggestions from regulation, environment, and technology aspects. According to the test results of the sampling batteries, all samples’ Hg, Cd, and Pb quantity contents were complied with the regulation standard. For the Hg quantity testing results of the sampling lamps, about 75% values were less than the “Hg quantity per unit weight” constant within the formula of Hg recycling rate. There were total 85 suspected unregistered producers/importers had been found in field inspecting from April to July, and there were total 3,270 suspected unregistered producers/importers had been sifted out by reviewing the custom tax code. In the other hand, proposed the public session and management strategies of breakage prevention for different subjects and stages. The revising drafts of waste lamps levy and subsidy were made based on the costs investigation. There are two factors deciding the differential subsidy for waste batteries. One is the recycling rate of the treatment facility, and the other one is the application for technology upgrade. The members participated in the collection councils included the representatives of communities, municipalities, and recyclers. The scheme of promoting the battery retailer RT-Mart for joining the collection activities had been completed. The successful experiences were obtained after the collection activity finished in July. Also, the posters and films for promoting the collection of waste batteries and lamps had been designed. The collection of button-cell batteries and the breakage prevention of lamps are the emphasizing points within the posters and films. Those will be used as exerted references for the future public councils and activities of promoting the waste batteries and lamps collection.