Johnston County, in the greater Raleigh area, is collecting hazardous wastes at a special location in a couple of weeks as a convenience for citizens who need to get rid of “potentially dangerous chemicals” around the house:
Items that will be accepted include oil-based paints and aerosols, lubricants, solvents, strippers, polishes, waxes, garden and agricultural chemicals from home and farm, batteries…
fluorescent light bulbs.
You know, the hundreds of bulbs that environmentalists want us to fill our dozens of lamps and sockets with throughout each of our homes and businesses. That release mercury when broken, unlike traditional incandescent bulbs, which we will no longer be able to buy very soon (unless the law is repealed).
To secure our energy future.
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