Trade Your Old Holiday Lights

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    L-E-D lights are shown to use 90 percent less electricity

    Tis' the season for recycling old holiday lights. The Home Depot kicked-off its first ever Eco Options Holiday Light Exchange program Saturday.

    Customers who brought in their old light strings, whether they worked or not, received a $3 coupon that goes towards the purchase of energy efficient L-E-D lights at the store.

    L-E-D lights are shown to use 90 percent less electricity and last up to 20 times longer.

    The recycling program was offered Saturday and Sunday.