OUR COMMITMENT AND ROLE
Canada City Lighting leads by example, demonstrating that a successful business can balance economic, social, environmental, targets and goals that ultimately leads to true sustainability. We provide real solutions to clients enabling them to pursue sustainability in parallel in their internal directions.
Canada City Lighting provides quality lighting solutions, saving municipalities 50% to 70% in energy savings, and up to 85% energy savings when using industrial and commercial LED lighting products.
Return on investment is typically 1.8 years, depending on finance package.Together we can and will make a difference to the environment by switching to safe energy efficient LED lighting. We all can do our part to make our country, work place and homes a safer pollution free environment. We can teach our children how to make the best decisions to protect the environment for future generations.
Canada City Lighting is committed to improve our country, our work places and homes, to make them a safer pollution free environment. In order to reduce harmful pollutants, all Canadian's must make a commitment to do their part in sustaining our environment, switching to pollution free lighting is a good place to start. It's our country, our environment and our decision to "Go Green".
DANGEROUS FACTS OF USING FLUORESCENT AND INCANDESCENT BULBS
- How many times has a fluorescent or incandescent light bulb broke in our homes or work place ?
- How many of us realize that we are putting family members and co-workers at risk by using fluorescent or incandescent bulbs ?
According to Environment Canada, if a fluorescent or incandescent light bulb breaks, a hazardous material removal contractor should be called in to clean up the broken bulb because of the mercury it contains. Mercury is a hazardous material even in small amounts can cause fatal issues in humans.
IF A FLUORESCENT OR INCANDESCENT BULB GETS BROKEN DO NOT
- Do not use a vacuum cleaner to clean up mercury. The mercury will pass through the vacuum and contaminate the air as well as the vacuum cleaner.
- Do not use a broom or brush to sweep up mercury. This will break up the mercury into even smaller droplets and spread them around.
- Do not wash mercury contaminated items in a washing machine. You will contaminate your washing machine.
- Do not put mercury down the drain or put contaminated items such as the broken bulb glass into your garbage.