Philips provides energy-efficient light bulbs to sports clubs
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Philips is providing energy-efficient light bulbs for sports clubs across New Zealand to help them improve their environmental footprint and save money for sports, as part of the LiteClub initiative.

As a world leader in energy-efficient lighting, Philips is supporting LiteClub, which is part of Project Litefoot – a charitable trust championed by seven top sports people who are inspiring New Zealanders to be environmental champions. Conrad Smith, Caroline and Georgina Evers-Swindell, Michael Campbell, Barbara Kendall, Daniel Kareopa and Brendon McCullum have been activating community sports clubs to follow their lead by measuring and reducing their environmental impact.

LiteClub involves a dedicated team who visit community sports clubs to install free energy-saving products (lighting, tap aerators and insulation). An eco-design advisor also assesses the club in detail and LiteClub produce an Environmental Impact Report which sets out a range of recommendations to reduce further impact. LiteClub will help implement the additional changes, if the club wishes.

For many sports clubs, a simple switch in lighting can result in large savings on their power bill. For example, a Philips Tornado CFLi light bulb uses only 20W of power, so replacing a 100W incandescent bulb with one, will save around $ 20 per bulb per year according the the Energy Efficiency a…………… continues on Voxy

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Shower light trim recalled
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Cooper Lighting is recalling about 50,400 shower light trims because the shower light’s trim and glass lens can fall from the ceiling fixture, posing an impact and laceration hazard to consumers.

Cooper Lighting has received 407 reports of trim pieces falling and breaking, including laceration injuries to a consumer’s head and foot when struck by the light’s trim and lens as they fell from the ceiling fixture.

This recall involves All-Pro shower light trim models ERT701, RE-ERT 701, ERT702 and ERT703 with a glass lens and date codes 347 11 through 119 12. The model number and date code are marked on underside of the portion of the trim facing the ceiling. The trim is used with light fixtures listed here.

The recalled items were sold at Home Depot and other home improvement stores nationwide and by professional installers from January 2012 through July 2012 for about $ 13 for the trim and glass lens.

Consumers should contact Cooper Lighting immediately to receive free replacement trim for the shower light.

For additional information, contact Cooper Lighting at (800) 954-7228 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm’s

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