With the passage of HB 2531 in Oregon and the potential for passage of a similar bill in Washington, soon linear fluorescent bulbs will no longer be available for purchase in much of RTF territory. As such, any linear fluorescent bulbs that programs are able to remove from customer storage and prevent from being installed will have LED options installed instead. I suspect the savings over the life of the linear fluorescent bulb are likely high enough to justify paying an incentive to the customer and to cover the programmatic costs of safely recycling the mercury containing bulb. I suspect this would only work as a measure in which trade allies or PMC staff who were already on site doing lighting assessment work could take new, functional linear fluorescents with them, but I suppose there could be other variations. If you start researching this measure I am happy to reach out to PMC staff to better understand program and recycling costs.