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LED Flashlight Supplier Warns People to Protect the Environment and Save Energy
2011-07-11 15:59:28


Light and source supplier announced last Friday the new arrivals of lights, solar and hand-winding flashlights.

Before solar flashlights, Keychain Flashlights could only be powered on by battery. While according to the experiments conducted by environment researchers, a quarter button batteries would contaminate 600,000 liters of water, and a D battery would make a square meter land useless forever.

Besides, statistics in 2005 showed that 358,000 tons of zinc was used to produce dry battery in China.

Last Friday, light and laser store released solar and hand-crank flashlight, and other echo-friendly products. The purpose is to warn people to protect the environment and save energy, according to Public Relations manager for LED Flashlight Supplier, Johnson Gray.

Students in Sekolah Kebangsaan Damansara Jaya 2, a school in Malaysia, were asked to gather in the canteen to have their morning classes under 18 watt energy-saving bulbs in a recent report.

And a study by the National Resources Defense Council found that in 2010, the 160 million set-top boxes around the country consumed about 27 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, approximately the annual output of nine coal-fired power plants, costing consumers $3 billion.

“Protecting the environment and saving energy has been put on the agenda for a long time,” said Mr. Gray. “It has been a hot topic these days. People all over the world have the obligation to make contributions to energy conservation.”

According to Mr. Gray, Auto LED flashlight Supplier hoped that people took actions for a better environment.

“If there is possibility to use solar products, I will never use battery-powered products,” said Mr. Gray. “A small behavior will make big changes in our lives, so every person should do it from now on.”

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