Donovan, Clare
July 2007
Habitat Australia;Jul2007, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p11
The article recommends the use of more energy-efficient light globes for homes in Australia in order to reduce greenhouse pollution. Federal Environment Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the phase out of incandescent light bulbs to be replaced by energy-saving globes by 2009-2010. It cites the increase in household lighting energy use with the construction of larger homes and the popularity of halogen down lights. Procedures for installing and disposing compact fluorescent light globe (CFL) are provided.


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