Light Bulbs

Did you know? LED lights use up to 99 percent less energy than standard holiday lights.

Did you know? If every American home replaced just one light with a compact fluorescent (CFL) bulb that’s earned the ENERGY STAR, we would save enough energy to light 3 million homes for a year.

Did you know? Fluorescent bulbs contain mercury which can harm health and the environment if not disposed of properly.  Do not place them in the garbage.

Fluorescent Bulbs are considered hazardous due to the mercury content and their explosive nature when broken and should be disposed of at the Household Hazardous Waste Site.

Incandescent Bulbs are the old-style household light bulbs and may be safely disposed of in the garbage.

CFL (Compact Flourescent Light) Bulbs are the new energy efficient “curlyque” bulbs, and these may usually be disposed of at the store where purchased (i.e. home improvement stores, etc).

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Last Update:  11/30/15