The month of March represents all things green. With St. Patrick’s Day just round the corner, we decided to celebrate spring and everything associated with the color green
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) March 16, 2012
The increasing focus on ‘Going Green’ and conserving our non renewable resources are primarily responsible for the government’s decision to implement a transition to more energy efficient and eco-friendly lighting within the next three years. The largest provider of light bulbs in the US, BulbAmerica reported that people can say goodbye to all the high wattage bulbs; 100, 200, and 300 watt bulbs by the end of this year. These incandescent bulbs consume plenty of energy and while they have been the standard for decades now, these will soon make way for compact and more energy efficient light bulbs. As a part of their goal to reduce their carbon footprint and conserve energy, the company hopes to promote the use of these compact fluorescent bulbs at the beginning of the year.
They are ringing in the onset of spring and have decided to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in a unique way by encouraging customers to switch to these eco friendly light bulbs instead of waiting for the incandescent to be taken off the shelves. The new range of energy efficient light bulbs consume only 14 -15 watts of energy to create 60 watts of brightness. The overall energy consumption is around one fourth of that consumed by incandescent light bulbs for the same brightness.
These bulbs that use newer technology are cheaper as they last four times as long as the soon-to-be-phased-out standard bulbs. A lighting expert at BulbAmerica.com explains, “The month of March represents all things green. With St. Patrick’s Day just round the corner, we decided to celebrate spring and everything associated with the color green by giving people an opportunity to take their first step towards being eco-friendly by simply changing a light bulb.” BulbAmerica offers customers a number of energy efficient lighting fixtures and bulbs that reduce their expenses on energy bills and these new compact fluorescents will cost around $4-$5.
With an exhaustive inventory of over 18,750 items available for shipment every business day and a customer base of 150,000+, the company BulbAmerica has achieved several milestones. The extensive sub-departments of the United State’s largest wholesale provider of quality lighting fixtures and light bulbs are renowned for their efficiency and rapid delivery of orders. Their online store can be accessed at http://www.BulbAmerica.com and for more information regarding the products they offer, call 1-877-650-0775.