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March 2014

Uptake and disposal of compact fluorescent lights by Canadian households

by Gordon Dewis

Release date: March 19, 2014

Using more energy-efficient lights is one way households can reduce the amount of electricity they consume and their energy costs. Halogen lights, compact fluorescent lights and light-emitting diode lights have been developed as more energy-efficient alternatives to traditional incandescent lights. This study looks at uptake and disposal of compact fluorescent lights by Canadian households using data from the Households and the Environment Survey.

Households and the Environment Survey: no. 3881

Environment – Environmental protection; Environment – Pollution and waste; Energy (general)

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