UK ban on halogen light bulbs delayed by a month

Cecilia Keating
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UK ban on halogen light bulbs delayed by a month

Government confirms short delay to rules designed to improve efficiency of UK household's lighting

The government has confirmed that a ban on the sale of the majority of halogen bulbs for households will now be introduced from 1 October, one month later than originally planned. The Department for...

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