SF giving away 100,000 long-lasting LED bulbs, mostly to disadvantaged

“In what city officials describe as the largest LED bulb giveaway in history, the environment department will distribute 20,000 lights via public libraries. At any library branch, city residents need only to flash their library card to obtain a four-pack of bulbs. Each one can last up to 22 years and uses about one-sixth of the energy of a conventional light bulb. Another 20,000 lights will be given to the San Francisco Unified School District, where, according to Department of the Environment Director Debbie Raphael, students can take a package on the condition that they complete a “homework assignment” to install them at home.”

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