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As you will of heard, some council’s decisions to turn off street lights have left residents feeling unsafe and vulnerable. People believe that darkness causes an increase in crime, and an unlit street can pose danger. The same can be said for an unlit house. If your house is completely in the dark it can be unsettling to think that your house could be a target for crime. Vandalism could occur without you even realising it. Continue reading
Here are a few points to bear in mind to help ensure your safety when handling, installing, using and disposing of lamps:
• Always handle lamps with care and store them appropriately to minimise the likelihood of glass breakage. If you do break a lamp, please remember that some lamps contain harmful substances and should be handled accordingly. LEDs do not contain mercury but do contain substances that could be harmful in large quantities. Therefore they should be handled with care and disposed of in accordance with your local waste authority rules and health and safety policies. Continue reading