BAN ON SALE OF MERCURY BULBS:  Retailers that sell fluorescent bulbs will no longer be able to sell screw-based CFLs after February 17, 2023 and 4 foot general purpose fluorescent tubes after January 1, 2024.
  • It is extremely important that these bulbs (and other hazardous products) are disposed of properly. Visit Vermont’s Mercury Reduction Campaign website (www.mercvt.org) and the Agency of Natural Resources webpage  contains additional information on fluorescent and mercury added bulbs.

Find a location to drop off fluorescent bulbs near you here https://www.lamprecycle.org/vermont/

  • Assistance from  Efficiency VT: “If you have fluorescent lighting products in your home or business, Efficiency Vermont is currently offering a variety of rebates on LEDs to replace them. To learn more about Efficiency Vermont’s lighting offers, visit: www.efficiencyvermont.com/rebates. For businesses, check out www.efficiencyvermont.com/BizLighting for a more detailed list of how Efficiency Vermont can support your lighting projects. For questions or inquiries about all of Efficiency Vermont’s lighting programs, contact Colin Santee – Lighting Program Manager at csantee@veic.org

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