[library-media] Various bulbs and I don't mean tulips
Sarah.Herron at slc.k12.ut.us
Wed Dec 3 12:03:09 MST 2008
I just cleared out my bulb closet! Most of them were projector and/or spotlight bulbs. I had a list from the past 3 years of what people needed for their overhead projectors so I kept only those. Then I asked the teachers that run the TV station and the auditorium to come see if they used the remaining bulbs. Finally, I listed all the bulbs on a spreadsheet and sent it to our district technical services in case they knew of a school that used them. Because some of the bulbs were considered hazardous waste, the district picked up all of the bulbs and will distribute/dispose of them as needed.
Hope this helps!
Library Technology Teacher
West High School, Media Center
241 N. 300 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Just read Satchel Paige, Striking Out Jim Crow by James Sturm and Rich Tommaso
>>> "Jane Beckwith" <jane.beckwith at m.millard.k12.ut.us> 12/3/2008 9:55 AM >>>
I was looking in my cupboard for a light bulb for a piece of equipment and stumbled upon the wildest assortment of oldies but goodies. It seems like there were only 10 or 12 in there last year. Now I have a whole cupboard. Perhaps they spontaneously generated over the summer!
What do all of you do with lights that are no longer needed? Is there a clearing house some where? If I made a list and posted it, would anyone be interested?
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