Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and Safeway Want You to “Lighten Your Load”

Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and Safeway Want You to “Lighten Your Load”

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This summer, the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Safeway stores are partnering to help save shoppers energy and money on their lighting with “Lighten Your Load” events.

On select days at Safeway locations, bring old incandescent and/or compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs and receive up to three free LED light bulbs and a new, reusable shopping bag. These “Lighten Your Load” events are a way to save on electric bills and ensure that plastics and dangerous substances, like mercury, do not enter the waste stream.

“We take our commitment to energy efficiency and reducing waste seriously,” said Darcie Renn, Director of Sustainability at Safeway. “By partnering with Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, our customers have the opportunity to save energy and lower their utility bills while also reducing waste that goes to the landfill.”

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