Dave Kendricken

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Last year, Los Angeles completed Phase One of a project to change its light bulbs. Some  140,000 streetlights now have LED bulbs  instead of sodium or mercury vapor.

How LED Streetlights Will Change Los Angeles in Film

Last year, Los Angeles completed Phase One of a project to change its light bulbs. Some 140,000 streetlights now have LED bulbs instead of sodium or mercury vapor.

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