HOME DEPOT AND GREENYC ENCOURAGE CFL USE

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GreeNYC mascot Birdie, left, NYC Long Term Planning and Sustainability Director Rohit T. Aggarwala, center, and Home Depot Electrical Merchandising VP Bill Hamilton, right,  give away free compact fluorescent light bulbs in a Home Depot store in New York on Tuesday, March 2, 2010. GreeNYC and Home Depot announced the "Switch & Save" campaign to encourage the use of CFL's by giving away bulbs to jump start consumer use. With an average of 20 percent of home energy costs going to lighting, switching to CFL's can reduce monthly energy bills by as much as 25 percent. CFL's contain a trace amount of mercury and must be disposed of properly, and Home Depot has one of the largest disposal programs.  (© Richard B. Levine)
GreeNYC mascot Birdie, left, NYC Long Term Planning and Sustainability Director Rohit T. Aggarwala, center, and Home Depot Electrical Merchandising VP Bill Hamilton, right, give away free compact fluorescent light bulbs in a Home Depot store in New York on Tuesday, March 2, 2010. GreeNYC and Home Depot announced the "Switch & Save" campaign to encourage the use of CFL's by giving away bulbs to jump start consumer use. With an average of 20 percent of home energy costs going to...
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