Sparsam Low-Energy Bulb E12 modern-light-bulbs

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Tackle Home Junk With Proper Disposal
Lightbulbs. Check your package to confirm, but most LED lights can be recycled, since they don't contain any dangerous chemicals. Incandescent and halogen bulbs can't be recycled, but they can be thrown in the trash. Put them in a plastic bag to contain any broken glass.CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps) and fluorescent tubes have mercury in them, which makes it illegal to throw them in the trash in some states. Your city may have a local drop-off for these bulbs or you can check out large retailers like Home Depot and Ikea, which offer recycling services for bulbs purchased through their stores. You can also check out for other options.

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daisysp added this to daisysp's ideas
January 6, 2013
nicer look for a bulb that remains exposed
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January 6, 2013
dispose of lightbulbs
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January 6, 2013
jbos added this to jbos's Favorites
April 8, 2012
Great product

Sparsam Low-Energy Bulb E12

Low-energy bulb E12, globe
Energy efficient. Has 10 times longer life than an incandescent bulb.

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