Sandwell Council updates 5,000 street lights with new low energy LED bulbs.

Sandwell Council has start the process to update 5,000 street lights across the region with new low energy LED bulbs.

The work will save £120,000 per year on the council’s electricity bill and will also help reduce their carbon emissions.

A spokesperson from Sandwell Council, said: “The new LED bulbs use 74% less energy than the bulbs they are replacing.

“The work started at the end of August 2016 and will continue until the end of January 2017.

“The street lights being converted are mostly on residential roads. Find out where we are working in your town from the list below:

  1. Oldbury
  2. Rowley Regis
  3. Smethwick
  4. Tipton
  5. Wednesbury
  6. West Bromwich

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