A bright Idea?

November 2012
Home Channel News;11/5/2012, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p16
The article offers the insights of Bob Rosenzweig, owner of AAMSCO Lighting Inc., on the development of the firm of a commercial-grade incandescent bulb that fits with the U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act. Rosenzweig states that AAMSCO bulbs have brass bases and contain non-hazardous materials. He adds that many Europeans cannot buy incandescent bulbs, that is why the firm developed the commercial-grade bulb.


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