Metal Manipulation
Going Green

If taking better care of the environment is something you plan to include on your list of resolutions for 2022, this post is for you

Metal Manipulation is on a mission this year to expose some of the best LEDs ( Light Emitting Diodes) and to help our planet with less light pollution.

Most of our lights already use some of the best flexible LED bulbs but as we are now already designing new lamps for 2022 we are now thinking about the the finishing touches.

LEDs provide a better quality of light distribution and light focus in one direction as opposed to other types of lighting. Other types waste energy by emitting light in all directions, often illuminating areas where light isn't required (such as the ceiling). Using LEDs mean you'll need less lights to achieve the same level of brightness, and fewer lights mean less energy consumption and therefore is beneficial to the environment.

Part of going green includes using energy more efficiently. LED lights convert 95% of the energy they use into light. They also draw less power than fluorescent and incandescent lights.

Less energy equals fewer power plant emissions. For you, it also means a lower energy bill.

Going green also means you should focus on producing less waste going into landfills. Traditional light bulbs go straight to the trash can, right? LED bulbs go to the same place, but you’ll throw fewer of them away because they last longer.

One LED bulb burns about 50,000 hours. Your traditional lightbulbs burn for approximately 1,200 hours

If you decided to go green this year, congratulations! You're doing your part to make the world a more eco-friendly place to live by minimizing the impact of environmental light.

LED lighting plays a huge role in the green movement. By converting at least some of your lights to LED technology, you'll use less energy, create less waste, and generate less light pollution.

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