Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection Energy Programs is partnering with local breweries. These events will show residents how to reduce their energy bills, switch to LED bulbs, and keep money in their pocket all while enjoying a cold brew. Residents are encouraged to bring their old incandescent and CFL bulbs to the event to
Light up the holidays at a light bulb swap! The Town of Chevy Chase is partnering with DEP for this energy saving event. Bring in your old CFL or incandescent bulbs, and receive up to 3 free LEDs. You’ll also take home a reusable bag.
Throughout this past summer and fall, DEP’s Residential Energy Program Manager, Larissa Johnson, has been collecting old incandescent and compact florescent (CFL) light bulbs to ensure that Montgomery County residents have the most energy efficient bulbs on the market. LEDs? But I just switched to CFLs! It may seem like you just switched
Get up to 3 LEDs and a free reusable bag at an upcoming Safeway event! Bring in your old incandescent or CFL light bulbs and DEP will exchange them for up to 3 new and energy efficient LEDs. The ENERGY STAR®-certified LEDs we’re giving away offer a warm white light that’s equivalent to a 60-watt
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