The protection of LEDs for the environment is mainly manifested in three aspects:

Update:13 Apr 2019

First, there is no danger of metallic mercury. LED lamp […]

First, there is no danger of metallic mercury. LED lamps do not use high-hazard mercury like fluorescent lamps, and there is no public hazard such as mercury ions or phosphors that may leak during or after the bulb manufacturing process.

Secondly, the epoxy resin for manufacturing LED is an organic polymer compound, which has good physical and chemical properties after curing, has high bonding strength to wafers and metals, is hard and flexible, is stable to salt and alkali and most solvents, and is not easily damaged. It can be recycled and reused even after damage or aging, and will not pollute the environment.

Third, the particle layout of LED lamps and displays, the light produced is generally scattered, and rarely produces light pollution.

Advantages 10, more cost savings

Compared to incandescent lamps, fluorescent lamps and LED lamps are priced higher. However, due to the extremely low energy consumption of LEDs, in the long run, a large amount of electricity can be saved, and the investment in lamp replacement can be saved, so that the comprehensive use cost is more cost-effective.