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Energy Savings Light Bulb Disposal

;">Use the Internet to check your state's recycling policy (see Resources). Type in your state's name and the words environmental regulatory agency into a search engine. Your local town or city hall also has information about nearby recycling facilities

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;">Remove burned out bulbs from the socket carefully. If your town or city has a receiving center or recycling facility for fluorescent  Led light bulb, collect and drop off your burned out bulbs. Otherwise, go on to step 3.

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;">Place the energy savings light ;"> bulb inside a plastic bag and tie it firmly shut. Dispose of your burned out energy saving  led light bulb with your regular trash.

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3000 days ago 0 comments From: lindazbn Categories: World & Business  Tags: led light bulbs 
espow.com —  Many LED lamps have become available as replacements for screw-in incandescent or compact fluorescent led light bulbs, ranging from low-power 5–40 watt incandescent bulbs, through conventional replacement bulbs for 60 watt incandescent bulbs (typically requiring about 7 watts of power), and as of 2010 a few lamps were available to replace higher wattage bulbs, e.g., a 16-watt LED bulb which is claimed to be as bright as a 150W halogen lamp[5] (A standard general-purpose incandescent bulb emits light at an efficiency of about 14 to 17 lumens/W depending on its size and voltage. According to the European Union standard, an energy-efficient bulb that claims to be the equivalent of a 60W tungsten bulb must have a minimum light output of 806 lumens.[6]) Most LED bulbs are not designed to be dimmed (although some models are designed to work with dimmers), and are usually directional. The lamps have declined in cost to between US$30 to $50 each as of 2010. These bulbs are more power-efficient than compact fluorescent bulbs[7] and offer lifespans of 30,000 or more hours, reduced if operated at a higher temperature than specified. Incandescent bulbs have a typical life of 1,000 hours, compact fluorescents about 8,000 hours.[citation needed] (One year is about 8,700 hours.) The bulbs maintain output light intensity very well over their life-times. Energy Star specifications require the bulbs to typically drop less than 10% after 6000 or more hours of operation, and in the worst case not more than 15%.[8] They are also mercury-free, unlike fluorescent lamps. LED lamps are available with a variety of color properties. The higher purchase cost than other types may be more than offset by savings in energy and maintenance.[9] Several companies offer LED lamps for general lighting purposes.[10] The C. Crane Company introduced a 7-watt replacement for a 60-watt bulb, the "Geobulb",[11] with an efficiency of 59 lumens/W.[12] The company also offers wedge-base lamps for replacement in low voltage fixtures. In the Netherlands, a company called Lemnis Lighting offers a dimmable LED lamp called Pharox.[13][14]The company Eternleds Inc. offers a bulb called HydraLux-4 which uses liquid cooling of the LED chips.[15] Philips makes a number of LED lamps which are commercially available in the United States and come with a six year warranty, and a number of smaller producers can be found that sell LED lights that are screw-in replacements for conventional bulbs,[10] for example, the General LED Bulb from Arani[16]
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