The compact fluorescent light bulb — or CFL, as it's known to industry insiders — is a product that's both cost-effective and eco-friendly. That makes it a win-win for consumers, and one of the more popular “green” housewares products on the market right now. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, a CFL uses 75% less energy than a conventional bulb, and can save consumers $30 on electricity bills over the course of its lifetime. This efficiency has led to a sales boom of late. ...
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