Are LED lamps really environmentally friendly?

In LED chip production, cleaning agents such as inorganic acids, oxidants, complexing agents, hydrogen peroxide, and organic solvents used in substrate production and processing, as well as metal-organic vapors and ammonia used in epitaxy are all toxic and polluting. These are also conventional chemicals that are commonly used in the production of semiconductor integrated circuits and other industries. For LED chip companies that belong to the same type of high-tech, their processing techniques and procedures are strict and effective, and it is easy to carry out harmless treatment. 

Are LED lamps really environmentally friendly?

LED control devices (commonly known as driving power supplies) are no different from similar traditional fluorescent lamps, metal halide lamps and other electronic ballasts, as well as the toxicity and pollutants produced during the production of various conventional electronic consumer products.

The aluminum alloy casing commonly used in LED lamps is similar to the aluminum alloy casing of traditional lamps, and the toxicity and pollutants produced during the manufacturing process of plastic or iron casings are at least not significantly increased.

In short, people do not need to worry about the environmental protection issues that come into direct contact with semiconductor lighting products and the production process.


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