Legislators push bill to alter S.C. l...

Legislators push bill to alter S.C. light bulbs

There are 3 comments on the Morning News story from May 17, 2007, titled Legislators push bill to alter S.C. light bulbs. In it, Morning News reports that:

“I think our capacity, our need for energy will continue to grow”

Three South Carolina senators have sponsored a bill that will prohibit the sale of traditional incandescent light bulbs in South Carolina after Dec. via Morning News

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Augusta, GA

#1 May 23, 2007
Think you can just vacuum up one of these bulbs and toss it in your garbage can if you break it? Think you just toss it out with the other garbage when it burns out? Think again!


United States

#2 May 28, 2007
I read an artical that said it takes 16 sq. yards of dirt to cotain the mecury in one compact floresent light bulb. If this is true we are looking at millions of acers of land fill to despose of these bulbs if they are desposed of by them selfs, whitch we know is not going to happen.So we are looking at incresed mecury in our land and waters.

“Salam Tahun Baru Masehi”

Since: Mar 08

Mohon Ampun Maaf Lahir Batin

#3 Jun 4, 2008

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