Just read this...for those of you who live in or near the Twin Cities, Creative Lighting located off of 94 and Snelling Ave. will take your old or new bulbs to recycle and in return give you a discount on new CFL's!
Creative Lighting wants to help customers go green with light bulbs.
Creative Lighting customers can now recycle old or new incandescent light bulbs at the store and apply the full retail price of the incandescent light bulb towards a purchase of one compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL). Incandescent bulbs, which provide on average only 750-1000 hours of light, can be traded at Creative Lighting for a discount on a new CFL, which omits less heat, uses about 75% less energy and provides anywhere from 8,000 to 10,000 hours of light. In addition, Creative Lighting will recycle your household fluorescent bulbs at no charge!"
Thursday, September 18, 2008
The rumors are true, the 35W bridge reopened this morning at 5 a.m. Cars following patrols led the way, with flashing lights and horn honking. The Star Tribune has a pretty good opening video of the bridge...but if you aren't able to check that before another story covers it up I found a sight that produces live camera shots every 15 minutes or so: http://www.oxblue.com/pro/open/flatironmanson/stanthony.
Posted by Sheena Sayre at 8:28 AM