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Mercury in Compact Fluorescent Lamps Links

  1. Some of the websites providing factual information on Mercury in Compact Fluorescent Lamps:

    • 1. European legislation on energy-saving lamps
    • 2. Opinions by European Commission Scientific Committees on CFLs and Health
    • 3. Some websites providing recommendations for clean up and disposal of CFLs
    • 4. Links explaining how fluorescent lamps work
    • 5. International documents on mercury
 
1. European legislation on energy-saving lamps
  • European Commission website on energy saving light bulbs, the phase-out of inefficient lamp types and what European legislation is already in place at www.e-lumen.eu  (multilingual)
2. Opinions by European Commission Scientific Committees on CFLs and Health
3. Some websites providing recommendations for clean up and disposal of CFLs
4. Links explaining how fluorescent lamps work
5. International documents on mercury

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