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Energy Efficiency by eliminating wastage is the Cleanest, Cheapest and Fastest form of New Energy
Energy Efficiency by eliminating wastage is the Cleanest, Cheapest and Fastest form of New Energy

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Our Next Generation 160lm/W T8 LED tube, 2000lm at only 12.5W.
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Our T8 is designed with 100% reflective film to boost brightness and to reduce Glare.

Specular and diffuse reflections are shown in Figure. The mirror-like reflection of the specular ray (blue) has the same incident and reflected angles. The diffuse rays are spread over a wide angle; if Lambertian, then the observed brightness is independent of viewing angle. Reflection from an irregular surface will provide a diffuse reflectance that can be designed to be nearly perfectly Lambertian. Most surfaces used for mixing chambers can be either diffuse or specular in nature.
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Many landfills still contains broken CFL or tubes as they are thrown as normal garbage.  The lamps will be broken in the landfill, sip into the water system. The only way is to Eliminate the Mercury.
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A pictorial summary of how to handle the Fluorescent Disposal. 
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Energy Saving Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) Recycling Project to assist in disposal. CFL Disposal is hazardous and must be handled carefully. 
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Mercury toxicity is the single largest cause of disease in the world today. It doesn't cause everything, but it is so very reactive. It blocks protein metabolism because of its reaction with sulfur, it causes auto-immune diseases, chronic immune suppression, it blocks many critical minerals from being utilized. Mercury has been associated with over 200 of the most common disease today.
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Grandma Learns How to Clean up a broken Compact Fluorescent Lamp
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Some US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) guidelines to dispose Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL). What about the disposal of Linear Fluorescent Tubes that contains higher amount mercury.
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This is an cradle-to-grave view of a typical lamp. The implication is worst for commercial buildings using mainly fluorescent tubes with higher mercury content. The best remedy is energy efficient products,  reduce wastage and renewable energy.
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Both Linear Fluorescent and Compact Fluorescent Bulbs contain liquid mercury. The mercury from one Fluorescent tube, approx. 23mg, can contaminate 30,000 liters of water above safe drinking limits. 1/70th of a teaspoon can contaminate a 25 acre Lake, rendering the fish in it unsafe to eat for 50 yrs.

Each year, an estimated 600 million fluorescent lamps are disposed off in U.S. landfills amounting to 13.6 ton of mercury waste. We are the protector of our next generation. All of us can influence the change. Just Switch!.
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