Environment Will Help Monitor Compliance with Ban on Incandescent Light Bulbs

Dusseldorf – The German Environmental Aid will monitor the current from September to trade ban on traditional light bulbs with filament strictly. “After the deadline there will be visits,” said national manager Jürgen Resch of “Business Week”. Merchants who ran under the ban, he threatened legal action and targeted campaigns.
Help the environment  by getting tips from the public and pay attention to how the ban exempted from special lamps for road works or animal shelters are marketed, said Resch. These special lamps can not be sold to households.
The old light bulbs with filament are considered energy hogs. They will be replaced with LED lamps and energy saving lamps.

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