Water Conservation Tips

Water Conservation Tips

This fact sheet from FEMA provides a list of water conservation tips for both indoors and out.

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Do It Yourself Recipes For Eco-Friendly Cleaning

Do It Yourself Recipes For Eco-Friendly Cleaning

Most commercially produced cleaning products contain a variety of solvents and artificial fragrances. There are many natural alternatives that are just as effective for cleaning, without the added chemicals and fragrances.

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How To Buy Energy Efficient Appliances

How To Buy Energy Efficient Appliances

By purchasing energy efficient appliances, you can reduce the energy consumption of your home and save money on energy costs. Use this how-to fact sheet to help guide you through choosing the right energy efficient refrigerator, dishwasher, or clothes washer for your home.

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Water Effciency Practices For Domestic Indoor Water Use

Water Effciency Practices For Domestic Indoor Water Use

The average American uses 100 gallons of water per day. By following simple indoor water efficiency practices you could save as much as 25,000 gallons of water per person each year.

Type: Fact Sheet




Residential Rebate Catalog: Saving Energy for a Brighter Future

Residential Rebate Catalog: Saving Energy for a Brighter Future

Pacific Gas and Electric offers rebates to customers on hundreds of energy efficient products and improvements for your home.

Type: Catalog




Clothes Washer Fun Facts

Clothes Washer Fun Facts

Older model clothes washers use up to four times the amount of energy that a new Energy Star qualified models does. Your old washer could be costing you more money than you think.

Type: Fact Sheet




Energy Efficient Products

Energy Efficient Products

Buy purchasing energy efficient products you can kept the energy costs in your home down and help preserve the environment. Be sure to look for the Energy Star label when purchasing new appliances and products for your home.

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Recycle Your Old Clothes Washer; Replace When Needed With Energy Star

Recycle Your Old Clothes Washer; Replace When Needed With Energy Star

When it is time to replace your old model clothes washer, look for a new Energy Star qualified clothes washer. These washers are designed to be energy efficient, using less water and energy to operate.

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Energy Star Qualified Clothes Washers

Energy Star Qualified Clothes Washers

When you replace a ten year or older clothes washer with a new, Energy Star qualified model, you can save up to $135 annually on your utility costs.

Type: Fact Sheet




High Efficiency Clothes Washer Fact Sheet

High Efficiency Clothes Washer Fact Sheet

High efficiency clothes washer use about 60% less energy to operate and 40% less water than conventional washing machines.

Type: Fact Sheet




Simple Steps For Long Term Savings

Simple Steps For Long Term Savings

Reducing energy use in your home can be as simple as changing your furnace filter. By following energy saving tips in your home, you can save money on your energy costs.

Type: Fact Sheet




Front Loading Clothes Washers

Front Loading Clothes Washers

Front loading clothes washers work by repeatedly tumbling clothes through a small pool of water in the bottom of the wash tub. This process dramatically reduces the amount of water needed to clean clothes.

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