Facts about LED
Lighting and its
Environmental Impact

Light-emitting diode, or LED technology, is
rapidly emerging as the leader in energy-
efficient lighting. Manufactured a...
- Have a lifespan of over 25,000 hours, which
is 25 times longer than traditional light bulbs.
- Waste less energy than traditional bulbs,
which release 90 percent of their energy as
heat.
- Are used in a wide variety of applications
due to their compact size, durability, and
ability to provide directional lig...
- Contain no mercury and have less of a
negative impact on the environment.
- Are one of the largest technological
advancements in renewable energy sources.
- Saved around $675 million in the United
States in 2012 following the installation of
nearly 49 million LED lights.
For more information on the growing industry
of LED lights and the efforts of Anthony John
Diplacido and World Light Tech,...
For more information on the growing industry
of LED lights and the efforts of Anthony John
Diplacido and World Light Tech,...
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Facts about LED Lighting and its Environmental Impact

  1. 1. Facts about LED Lighting and its Environmental Impact
  2. 2.  Light-emitting diode, or LED technology, is rapidly emerging as the leader in energy- efficient lighting. Manufactured at a higher standard than incandescent bulbs, LED is an avenue of renewable energy pursued by a number of entrepreneurs such as Anthony John Diplacido, Chief Executive Officer at World Light Tech. In terms of global impact and energy efficiency, LED lights:
  3. 3. - Have a lifespan of over 25,000 hours, which is 25 times longer than traditional light bulbs.
  4. 4. - Waste less energy than traditional bulbs, which release 90 percent of their energy as heat.
  5. 5. - Are used in a wide variety of applications due to their compact size, durability, and ability to provide directional light.
  6. 6. - Contain no mercury and have less of a negative impact on the environment.
  7. 7. - Are one of the largest technological advancements in renewable energy sources.
  8. 8. - Saved around $675 million in the United States in 2012 following the installation of nearly 49 million LED lights.
  9. 9. For more information on the growing industry of LED lights and the efforts of Anthony John Diplacido and World Light Tech, visit worldlighttechllc.com.
  10. 10. For more information on the growing industry of LED lights and the efforts of Anthony John Diplacido and World Light Tech, visit worldlighttechllc.com.
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