Mercury content in bulbs raises concerns
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Since: Jan 07
#1 Oct 10, 2009
Duh! Be careful with them.. and they contain a tiny bit of Hg .. about the size of a grain of sand. The energy savings is worth it.. and the coal burned to make the juice for incandescents releases Hg into the air.
The quicker the switch the better
Hg = mercury
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