Recycling a single plastic bottle can conserve enough energy to light a 60-watt bulb for up to 6 hours.
Glass, plastic, aluminum, cardboard and paper (including glossy magazines, envelopes with plastic windows and sticky notes) can all be easily recycled. Depending on the waste hauler, recycling bins can include commingled waste (i.e. all materials are collected in one bin) or they may require separated waste (i.e. one bin for paper, one bin for plastics, etc). By recycling products, materials are sent back to the marketplace rather than to the landfill.
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LED prices have dropped rapidly in recent years. They are now more lifecycle cost effective than fluorescents in every lighting application.
Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Sept 2017, SSL 2017 Suggested Research Topics Supplement, Technology and Market ContextLearn more about lighting on SFTool
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