Say Goodbye to the Light Bulb as you Know it…

Soon you will no longer be able to purchase the traditional light bulb.  In 2007 President Bush signed a law requiring lights to meet certain efficiency standards. Starting in 2012 you will no longer be able to purchase 100 watt bulbs, in 2013, 75 watt bulbs and in 2014, 40 and 60 watt bulbs.

There are many CFL bulb options available.  Home Depot has a page on their website with good information about bulb options, applications, light output and power consumption.  The Energy Trust of Oregon can help you learn more about how to choose CFL’s, shopping tips and information on where to recycle them.   You can also check the U.S. Department of Energy’s Website.

Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb

If every American replaced just one incandescent light bulb with a CFL bulb (compact fluorescent), we would prevent nine billion pounds of greenhouse gas emissions, equivalent to keeping two-thirds of Portland metro-area cars off the road for a year”

Don’t wait; Start Saving Energy Now!

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