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Students devise way to repair and reuse CFLs for just Rs. 1

Source: The Hindustan Times, Date: June , 2014

A group of young engineers have formulated an environment friendly way of reusing compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) used in households at a cost of Rs. 1. Led by engineers Shubham Manocha, 19, and Shivinder Singh Chandok, 20 — students of National Power Training Institute — the project ‘Prajwal’ aims at mobilising the Resident Welfare Associations of various colonies of the city to collect used CFLs. The students will repair and return the CFLs to the RWAs.

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