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‘they have stolen my night from me’‘they have stolen my night from me’‘they have stolen my night from me’

by:JINCHU     2019-09-23
Waterloo area
Rob Stephens used to enjoy watching the stars at night from his home on Luisa Street in kidina.
But now that the city has replaced the street lights with more efficient LED lights, the joy has disappeared, he said.
\"It lights up my entire front yard,\" he said . \"
\"It\'s very bright.
It\'s like day outside.
\"Stephens has sensitive eyes and he says he is now focusing his eyes on the street while walking his dog at night, away from the street lights.
\"They burned your eyes.
You just have to take a look at them and your eyes will have a bright spot.
Like staring at the Sun.
\"All seven cities in the Waterloo area are converting the traditional high
The pressure sodium street lamp of the LED lamp lasts longer and uses less energy.
The renovation, which costs nearly $13 million, will replace 42,000 street lamps and is expected to end by the end of October.
But some people, like Stephens, say that the new light is a source of light pollution, and it greatly affects the quality of their lives.
Frank Tapper, who lives in the East Bridge area of Waterloo, thinks he is a \"night owl \".
\"He likes to walk his dog at night and watch stars with small telescopes.
But he said that he is now looking for a path without lights to walk, and he feels that the atmosphere of his neighbors has changed dramatically.
\"It feels like our neighbors are picked up and hit in the middle of the Walmart parking lot,\" Tapper said . \".
\"The dazzling white light makes the evening walk not as pleasant as before.
\"There are many reasons why local municipalities make changes.
The new light consumes half the energy of the traditional light, and lasts two to four times as long as the traditional light.
They are expected to save about $2.
5 million per year because of low maintenance and power costs.
But the new light is different from the old high light.
Pressure sodium lamp
Human beings regard the bluer light as the dazzling white.
The color \"temperature\" of the light is indicated by Kelvins, and the rating of the warm light is lower.
The color temperature of the old street lamp is 2,100 K, while the rated color temperature of the new led is 3,000 K.
This color temperature will have a real impact on people.
Many cities in the United States are keen to take advantage of the energy savings of LED lights, which switch when available street lights are at the cooler end of the color spectrum, but are overwhelmed by complaints.
Residents of Davis, California
I complained too much about the city\'s new 4,800 street lights that the city spent $350,000 replacing them with a warm 2,700 street lights.
Light pollution is an increasingly serious problem.
Spread 6 percentage points around the world every year.
You can see the light pollution in our area online on the light pollution map. info.
Artificial light has a lot of influence on people and animals: artificial light has lost migratory birds, with an estimated 0. 5 billion to 1 billion bird deaths in the United States. S.
Alone and prompted New York state to close off unnecessary lighting in state buildings during immigration.
Night light can also affect insect pollinators who provide basic services to crops.
Light pollution makes the Galaxy invisible to 80 people in North America.
In a 2016 study, the American Medical Association warned that excessive glare from LED lights could cause road hazards;
The same research shows that the lights are too \"cool-
A bluer light that the human eye thinks is a harsh white light.
It can damage the retina and affect the circadian rhythm and sleep patterns of people and animals.
Those who led the transition in Waterloo said they spent a lot of time addressing concerns about the possibility of light pollution.
The lights installed locally carry the seal approved by the International Dark organization
Bob Henderson, regional traffic engineering manager, said the Sky Association and the American Medical Association suggested that street lights should be under 3,000 K.
\"Our public health staff reviewed our plan and expressed satisfaction with it.
\"Now, we have a product on our streets that reduces our carbon footprint, reduces our dependence on fossil fuels, and reduces energy and maintenance costs,\" he said.
\"The positive side is far more than anything else (negative)implications.
\"The new lights are all cut --
Henderson said the design reduces spills and focuses the light on the street better than traditional street lights.
He said he had received only a few complaints.
He urges anyone who feels the lights are too bright to contact their city or area, as it is possible to install a shield or slightly tilt the lights to redirect the light.
At kidina, lights will increase the benefits of dimming due to the city wireless smart network with new lights installed.
LED lights lose brightness over time, so they are actually brighter than they were when they were first installed, fading about two cents a year.
Kitchener plans to dim all street lights by 20 to 30 after the system is fully in place.
\"We can dial it back and make an annual adjustment, so the road (in Kitchener)
For 15 years old, the same light will always be lit
LED lights with an annual life span, said Barry Cronkite, transport manager in kidina.
The city is also working on a plan to further dim the lights on quieter streets for about 11 p. m. and 6 a. m.
Cronkite says when the traffic is the lightest.
Amateur astronomers Sean Nielsen, who has been raising the issue of light pollution for years, presented briefings on the issue to the region and the City of Guelph.
He believes there is not enough discussion about concerns about the stronger and bluer light of the led, hoping to see local municipalities follow the example of a city like Phoenix and choose a warmer 2,700 light.
He would like to see the region play a leading role in light pollution and follow the fine rules of municipalities such as Huntsville and the mscoka region to impose restrictions on light pollution.
Guelph is also considering such rules.
Tapper understands the advantages of using more energy-
Efficient lights, but the problem is that they need to burn as brightly as they are.
Meanwhile, Stephens is eagerly awaiting keqina\'s efforts to further dim the lights.
\"They stole my night from me,\" he said . \".
Cthoots @ therecord
Com, Weibo: @ thompsonrecord
Rob Stephens used to enjoy watching the stars at night from his home on Luisa Street in kidina.
But now that the city has replaced the street lights with more efficient LED lights, the joy has disappeared, he said.
\"It lights up my entire front yard,\" he said . \"
\"It\'s very bright.
It\'s like day outside.
\"Stephens has sensitive eyes and he says he is now focusing his eyes on the street while walking his dog at night, away from the street lights.
\"They burned your eyes.
You just have to take a look at them and your eyes will have a bright spot.
Like staring at the Sun.
\"All seven cities in the Waterloo area are converting the traditional high
The pressure sodium street lamp of the LED lamp lasts longer and uses less energy.
The renovation, which costs nearly $13 million, will replace 42,000 street lamps and is expected to end by the end of October.
But some people, like Stephens, say that the new light is a source of light pollution, and it greatly affects the quality of their lives.
Frank Tapper, who lives in the East Bridge area of Waterloo, thinks he is a \"night owl \".
\"He likes to walk his dog at night and watch stars with small telescopes.
But he said that he is now looking for a path without lights to walk, and he feels that the atmosphere of his neighbors has changed dramatically.
\"It feels like our neighbors are picked up and hit in the middle of the Walmart parking lot,\" Tapper said . \".
\"The dazzling white light makes the evening walk not as pleasant as before.
\"There are many reasons why local municipalities make changes.
The new light consumes half the energy of the traditional light, and lasts two to four times as long as the traditional light.
They are expected to save about $2.
5 million per year because of low maintenance and power costs.
But the new light is different from the old high light.
Pressure sodium lamp
Human beings regard the bluer light as the dazzling white.
The color \"temperature\" of the light is indicated by Kelvins, and the rating of the warm light is lower.
The color temperature of the old street lamp is 2,100 K, while the rated color temperature of the new led is 3,000 K.
This color temperature will have a real impact on people.
Many cities in the United States are keen to take advantage of the energy savings of LED lights, which switch when available street lights are at the cooler end of the color spectrum, but are overwhelmed by complaints.
Residents of Davis, California
I complained too much about the city\'s new 4,800 street lights that the city spent $350,000 replacing them with a warm 2,700 street lights.
Light pollution is an increasingly serious problem.
Spread 6 percentage points around the world every year.
You can see the light pollution in our area online on the light pollution map. info.
Artificial light has a lot of influence on people and animals: artificial light has lost migratory birds, with an estimated 0. 5 billion to 1 billion bird deaths in the United States. S.
Alone and prompted New York state to close off unnecessary lighting in state buildings during immigration.
Night light can also affect insect pollinators who provide basic services to crops.
Light pollution makes the Galaxy invisible to 80 people in North America.
In a 2016 study, the American Medical Association warned that excessive glare from LED lights could cause road hazards;
The same research shows that the lights are too \"cool-
A bluer light that the human eye thinks is a harsh white light.
It can damage the retina and affect the circadian rhythm and sleep patterns of people and animals.
Those who led the transition in Waterloo said they spent a lot of time addressing concerns about the possibility of light pollution.
The lights installed locally carry the seal approved by the International Dark organization
Bob Henderson, regional traffic engineering manager, said the Sky Association and the American Medical Association suggested that street lights should be under 3,000 K.
\"Our public health staff reviewed our plan and expressed satisfaction with it.
\"Now, we have a product on our streets that reduces our carbon footprint, reduces our dependence on fossil fuels, and reduces energy and maintenance costs,\" he said.
\"The positive side is far more than anything else (negative)implications.
\"The new lights are all cut --
Henderson said the design reduces spills and focuses the light on the street better than traditional street lights.
He said he had received only a few complaints.
He urges anyone who feels the lights are too bright to contact their city or area, as it is possible to install a shield or slightly tilt the lights to redirect the light.
At kidina, lights will increase the benefits of dimming due to the city wireless smart network with new lights installed.
LED lights lose brightness over time, so they are actually brighter than they were when they were first installed, fading about two cents a year.
Kitchener plans to dim all street lights by 20 to 30 after the system is fully in place.
\"We can dial it back and make an annual adjustment, so the road (in Kitchener)
For 15 years old, the same light will always be lit
LED lights with an annual life span, said Barry Cronkite, transport manager in kidina.
The city is also working on a plan to further dim the lights on quieter streets for about 11 p. m. and 6 a. m.
Cronkite says when the traffic is the lightest.
Amateur astronomers Sean Nielsen, who has been raising the issue of light pollution for years, presented briefings on the issue to the region and the City of Guelph.
He believes there is not enough discussion about concerns about the stronger and bluer light of the led, hoping to see local municipalities follow the example of a city like Phoenix and choose a warmer 2,700 light.
He would like to see the region play a leading role in light pollution and follow the fine rules of municipalities such as Huntsville and the mscoka region to impose restrictions on light pollution.
Guelph is also considering such rules.
Tapper understands the advantages of using more energy-
Efficient lights, but the problem is that they need to burn as brightly as they are.
Meanwhile, Stephens is eagerly awaiting keqina\'s efforts to further dim the lights.
\"They stole my night from me,\" he said . \".
Cthoots @ therecord
Com, Weibo: @ thompsonrecord
Rob Stephens used to enjoy watching the stars at night from his home on Luisa Street in kidina.
But now that the city has replaced the street lights with more efficient LED lights, the joy has disappeared, he said.
\"It lights up my entire front yard,\" he said . \"
\"It\'s very bright.
It\'s like day outside.
\"Stephens has sensitive eyes and he says he is now focusing his eyes on the street while walking his dog at night, away from the street lights.
\"They burned your eyes.
You just have to take a look at them and your eyes will have a bright spot.
Like staring at the Sun.
\"All seven cities in the Waterloo area are converting the traditional high
The pressure sodium street lamp of the LED lamp lasts longer and uses less energy.
The renovation, which costs nearly $13 million, will replace 42,000 street lamps and is expected to end by the end of October.
But some people, like Stephens, say that the new light is a source of light pollution, and it greatly affects the quality of their lives.
Frank Tapper, who lives in the East Bridge area of Waterloo, thinks he is a \"night owl \".
\"He likes to walk his dog at night and watch stars with small telescopes.
But he said that he is now looking for a path without lights to walk, and he feels that the atmosphere of his neighbors has changed dramatically.
\"It feels like our neighbors are picked up and hit in the middle of the Walmart parking lot,\" Tapper said . \".
\"The dazzling white light makes the evening walk not as pleasant as before.
\"There are many reasons why local municipalities make changes.
The new light consumes half the energy of the traditional light, and lasts two to four times as long as the traditional light.
They are expected to save about $2.
5 million per year because of low maintenance and power costs.
But the new light is different from the old high light.
Pressure sodium lamp
Human beings regard the bluer light as the dazzling white.
The color \"temperature\" of the light is indicated by Kelvins, and the rating of the warm light is lower.
The color temperature of the old street lamp is 2,100 K, while the rated color temperature of the new led is 3,000 K.
This color temperature will have a real impact on people.
Many cities in the United States are keen to take advantage of the energy savings of LED lights, which switch when available street lights are at the cooler end of the color spectrum, but are overwhelmed by complaints.
Residents of Davis, California
I complained too much about the city\'s new 4,800 street lights that the city spent $350,000 replacing them with a warm 2,700 street lights.
Light pollution is an increasingly serious problem.
Spread 6 percentage points around the world every year.
You can see the light pollution in our area online on the light pollution map. info.
Artificial light has a lot of influence on people and animals: artificial light has lost migratory birds, with an estimated 0. 5 billion to 1 billion bird deaths in the United States. S.
Alone and prompted New York state to close off unnecessary lighting in state buildings during immigration.
Night light can also affect insect pollinators who provide basic services to crops.
Light pollution makes the Galaxy invisible to 80 people in North America.
In a 2016 study, the American Medical Association warned that excessive glare from LED lights could cause road hazards;
The same research shows that the lights are too \"cool-
A bluer light that the human eye thinks is a harsh white light.
It can damage the retina and affect the circadian rhythm and sleep patterns of people and animals.
Those who led the transition in Waterloo said they spent a lot of time addressing concerns about the possibility of light pollution.
The lights installed locally carry the seal approved by the International Dark organization
Bob Henderson, regional traffic engineering manager, said the Sky Association and the American Medical Association suggested that street lights should be under 3,000 K.
\"Our public health staff reviewed our plan and expressed satisfaction with it.
\"Now, we have a product on our streets that reduces our carbon footprint, reduces our dependence on fossil fuels, and reduces energy and maintenance costs,\" he said.
\"The positive side is far more than anything else (negative)implications.
\"The new lights are all cut --
Henderson said the design reduces spills and focuses the light on the street better than traditional street lights.
He said he had received only a few complaints.
He urges anyone who feels the lights are too bright to contact their city or area, as it is possible to install a shield or slightly tilt the lights to redirect the light.
At kidina, lights will increase the benefits of dimming due to the city wireless smart network with new lights installed.
LED lights lose brightness over time, so they are actually brighter than they were when they were first installed, fading about two cents a year.
Kitchener plans to dim all street lights by 20 to 30 after the system is fully in place.
\"We can dial it back and make an annual adjustment, so the road (in Kitchener)
For 15 years old, the same light will always be lit
LED lights with an annual life span, said Barry Cronkite, transport manager in kidina.
The city is also working on a plan to further dim the lights on quieter streets for about 11 p. m. and 6 a. m.
Cronkite says when the traffic is the lightest.
Amateur astronomers Sean Nielsen, who has been raising the issue of light pollution for years, presented briefings on the issue to the region and the City of Guelph.
He believes there is not enough discussion about concerns about the stronger and bluer light of the led, hoping to see local municipalities follow the example of a city like Phoenix and choose a warmer 2,700 light.
He would like to see the region play a leading role in light pollution and follow the fine rules of municipalities such as Huntsville and the mscoka region to impose restrictions on light pollution.
Guelph is also considering such rules.
Tapper understands the advantages of using more energy-
Efficient lights, but the problem is that they need to burn as brightly as they are.
Meanwhile, Stephens is eagerly awaiting keqina\'s efforts to further dim the lights.
\"They stole my night from me,\" he said . \".
Cthoots @ therecord
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