Compact Fluorescents: Low Mercury Bulbs

Compact fluorescents are an efficient lighting source, but the bulbs do contain mercury (usually around 5 mg) and should be disposed of properly. To find a place to dispose of them, search for locations by zipcode here. The amount of mercury contained in them is much less than the amount of mercury released during the […]

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Compact Fluorescents (CFLs)

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CFLs provide the same amount of light (lumens) as standard incandescent bulbs, but have lower wattage ratings. A standard incandescent light is very inefficient because much of the energy it uses is turned into heat instead of light. A compact fluorescent bulb turns more of its energy into light and less into heat. It uses […]

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