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CFL vs. LED vs. BULBS

LED - MORE INITIAL COST BUT IN FUTURE MORE SAVINGS

USE ELECTRIC/HYDROGEN/SOLAR ENERGY AFFILIATED CARS....

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ITS TIME TO CLOSE EVERY SINGLE APPLIANCE WORKING WITHOUT ANY USE...

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RECHARGE THE PLANET BY RECYCLING UNUSEFUL BATTERIES

Posted by harsh_tch Saturday, January 30, 2010

tep 1: Look for your rechargeables
 
 If it's rechargeable, it's recyclable. Look for used rechargeable batteries and old cell phones indropoff_step1.gifyour home that are dead or not being used any longer.  Rechargeable batteries can be found in cordless electronic products that you plug in to get recharged. Use our handy tool to help find them all!

Step 2: Find a recycling location
 
 Find the recycling location nearest you and drop off your useddropoff_step2.gifrechargeable batteries and old cell phones.

Step 3: You’re done!

                       

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