Break a CFL lightbulb? Here is what sold-out Globalist genius bureaucrats at Health Canada say you should do… thanks to Jack Etkin via Bill Woollam’s Blissful Wisdom news service

If you think The Corporate Media are telling you the truth about ‘smart’ meters being safe, then please think again. 
Corporate profits are the only thing that matters to our government representatives.  As you are reading this, ask yourself why our own governments would force us to put these things in our homes…
Here is what Health Canada says you should do
if you break a CFL lightbulb. 
  • Leave the room
    • Remove people and pets from the room and keep them out of the room during the clean-up process.
    • Avoid stepping on any broken glass.
  • Ventilate the room for at least 15 minutes prior to starting clean-up by opening windows and doors to the outdoors. This will ensure that mercury vapour levels are reduced before you start cleaning.
  • Clean-up Directions for Hard and Carpeted Surfaces
    • Do not use a vacuum to clean up the initial breakage, as it will spread the mercury vapour and dust throughout the area and may contaminate the vacuum.
    • Wear disposable gloves, if available, to avoid direct contact with mercury and to prevent cuts.
    • Scoop or sweep up the broken pieces and debris with two pieces of stiff paper or cardboard.  Do not use a broom.
    • Use sticky tape, such as duct tape or masking tape, to pick up any remaining fine glass or powder.
    • Wipe the area with a damp paper towel, cloth or disposable wet wipe to remove any residual particles.
    • Place the broken glass and clean-up materials in a glass container with a tight fitting lid to further minimize the release of mercury vapour.
  • Carpeting – Steps to Take After the Initial Clean-up
    • If the rug is removable, take it outside, shake and air it out for as long as is practical.
      • The first time you vacuum on installed carpet after the clean-up, shut the door to the room or close off the area as much as possible and ventilate the room in which the lamp was broken by opening the windows and doors to the outside. When the vacuuming is done, remove the bag, wipe the vacuum with a damp paper towel, cloth or disposable wet wipe, and then place the vacuum bag and paper towel in a sealed plastic bag outside.  In the case of a canister vacuum, wipe the canister out with a wet paper towel and dispose of the towel as outlined above. Continue to ventilate the room for 15 minutes once the vacuuming is completed.
  • Disposal
    • Immediately place waste material outside of the building in a protected area away from children.
    • Dispose of the waste at a household hazardous waste location as soon as possible.  Check with local, provincial, or territorial authorities about the requirements for recycling and for the location of household hazardous waste depots or pick-up.
    • Do not dispose of the waste in your household trash.
    • For further information on disposal, please contact Environment Canada.
  • Washing
    • Wash your hands after storing and disposing of waste.
  • Additional Information
    • Remove and install the CFL by handling only the base of the lamp to prevent any unnecessary pressure on the glass that may cause it to break.
    • Consider using a drop cloth when replacing a CFL to minimize the chance of breakage should the lamp fall or to protect the flooring and assist in clean-up should the bulb drop and break.
    • Store fluorescent lamps in containers that prevent them from breaking, such as in their original packaging.
    • Consider avoiding the use of CFL s in areas where the lamps may be easily broken.
NOTE:  They have forced these CFL light bulbs on us, and they are deliberately keeping secret the information that would probably cause a lot of people not to buy them.  There are also problems with UV Radiation from the CFL bulbs, and people should not be too close to them for longer periods of time, like children studying with a lamp…???  But they don’t tell us about that either.
   The following link should take you to the health canada report:
You can also call toll-free at 1-866-225-0709 or TTY at 1-800-267-1245*
Updated: May 2010
Jack Etkin

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