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[GreenYes] Re: CFL Generation Rates

Title: [GreenYes] Re: CFL Generation Rates

 There's an EPA webinar about CFLs this week; maybe someone there will have some answers for you:

You have registered for the Thursday, April 17, 2008 RCC Web Academy
Education Series on Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs at or
Introduction to CFL Management Issues: Linda Barr, USEPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response Maine CFL Legislation and Program: John James, Maine DEP and Denis Bergeron, Maine PUC Vermont CFL Outreach: Karen Knabel, Vermont ANR IKEA Retail Program: Anne King-Musza, IKEA (INVITED) National Product Stewardship Dialogue on CFL Management:Sierra Fletcher, Product Stewardship Institute

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on 4/11/08 3:20 PM, Craig Barry at craig@no.address wrote:

Does anyone have any generation rates for CFLs from rural communities based on population?

Trying to gauge how many CFLs might be generated out of a rural community with some 22,000 residents.


Craig Barry
Executive Director

Environmental Resource Center <>
471 North Washington Ave
PO Box 819,  Ketchum, Idaho  83340

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