Are Energy efficient bulbs (CFL’s) banned in Sweden?
The Swedish Government introduced a blanket ban on Mercury in June 2009 and states ‘Products containing Mercury may not be placed on the Swedish market.’ Does this include the Energy Efficient Bulb?
I don't know, but I do know that the manufacturers of them and the politicians and other useful idiots promoting them think that they are good -- for their money and power. For us peons, too many negatives.
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