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  • Replace standard bulbs with CFLs. Compact fluorescent light bulbs are more energy-efficient than regular bulbs, while giving off the same
    amount of light.

  • Use the right bulb. Make sure you’re using the appropriate CFL bulb for your light fixture – they come in various sizes and types for different
    lighting needs.

  • Replace halogen light bulbs, which can get hot enough to be a fire hazard, with CFLs – they use less energy and don’t get as hot.

  • Use motion-detector lights for all your outdoor lighting – they’re convenient and efficient.

  • Recycle your CFL bulbs. Check the CFL recycling page to find out how, where and why.

  • Replace your five most-used light fixtures and/or bulbs with ENERGY STAR® products. If every American did so, we would save about $8 billion
    per year in energy costs.

  • Consider using timers to turn lights on in the morning and off during the day.

  • Choose outdoor CFLs for outdoor lighting – they last up to 10 times longer than standard bulbs.

  • Select light-colored or opaque lamp shades. Place lamps in corners so they reflect light from two walls.

  • Install fluorescent tubes as an efficient way to light your workshop or playroom.
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