Bright Green Bash Comes to Downtown Delaware Sunday
By Toby Boyce, on September 21st, 2011
The Delaware community is invited to Ohio Wesleyan University on Wednesday, September 28, to participate in the first “Bright Green Bash.” The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the JAYwalk that runs through the heart of the OWU campus.
Bright Green Bash will allow AEP customers in Delaware, Ohio, to exchange working lightbulbs for CFLs on Sunday, September 24.
The Bright Green Bash will include a free light bulb exchange provided by American Electric Power (AEP) Ohio and a Main Street Delaware Farmers’ Market set up on the JAYwalk west of South Sandusky Street in front of Hamilton-Williams Campus Center and Beeghly Library.
Members of the OWU campus community and Delaware AEP Ohio customers are invited to exchange up to five working incandescent light bulbs for energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs. According to AEP Ohio, CFLs use up to 75 percent less energy than standard incandescent light bulbs, last up to 10 times longer, and produce 75 percent less heat, reducing the risk of fire. (AEP Ohio customers who are not Ohio Wesleyan students or employees are asked to bring an electric bill to qualify them for the light bulb exchange.)
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