It’s common knowledge that LED (light-emitting diode) bulbs are the most energy-efficient and long-lasting bulbs out there. And they contain no dangerous chemicals, making them one of the safest, too. But eventually, even LED bulbs burn out and need to be replaced. The good news is that LED bulbs are recyclable, and there are many drop-off points at stores that will accept them. But if you can’t find any, don’t fret over tossing them in the trash. Unlike CFL bulbs, there’s nothing dangerous about LED bulbs going to a landfill.
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