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Published on May 26, 2009

Changing to CFL light bulbs is a joke that will do nothing to help the situation we are in. They are toxic and a scam

http://www.mcginniselectric.ca/pages/...

The Truth About
Compact Fluorescent Lights Part One




Instead of saving our environment CFLs are destroying it.




Here is the truth about Compact Fluorescent Lights.

CFLs increase your carbon footprint in a cradle to grave analysis. Full costs to make and safely dispose of a CFL have never been published.
We could save a lot more energy, for a lot less money, in other areas. Residential lighting takes up only .8% of energy consumption in Canada.
CFLs contain harmful amounts of mercury. Hundreds of millions of bulbs will end up in our landfills and poison our environment.
CFLs emit harmful levels of Electromagnetic Radiation. Thousands of people are made ill from exposure each year.


CFLs, aka, Chronic Fatigue Lights, use more energy than a regular light bulb, they threaten your health with mercury and electromagnetic radiation, and your government is forcing you to use them. Starting in the year 2012, regular incandescent bulbs, the ones invented by Thomas Edison over 100 years ago, will be banned in Canada. The electrical industry, the government and environmental groups such as the Suzuki Foundation and Greenpeace have formed an unholy alliance, promoting CFLs, while ignoring irrefutable environmental and health risks.

What it boils down to is CFLs are toxic technology. Lets not forget the mercury contamination, the ultraviolet radiation, the radio frequency radiation and the dirty power a compact fluorescent creates when in use. Multiply that by one billion CFLs thrown into landfills worldwide and we have a perfect recipe for a global environmental catastrophe

Meanwhile in the land down under: the New Zealand Government, citing concerns about CFLs lack of efficiency and safety, has lifted its ban on incandescent bulbs. Hopefully our government will see the wisdom in this decision and follow suit. .. snip ........

http://www.mcginniselectric.ca/pages/...

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