Fluorescent Lamps and the Environment
Answers questions regarding lamp technology and the presence of mercury therein, environmental concerns and industry and regulatory efforts. Fluorescent lamps and high-intensity discharge lamps contain small quantities of mercury. Concerns over mercury releases to the air and water are driving stricter disposal regulations.
Published Date: Jan.2.2001
Document ID: 100613
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