How to Preserve Energy With Kitchen Appliances

March 29, 2012

in Living Green

According to the United States Department of Energy, the average American home spends 20 percent of its electric bill on home appliances and electronics. Other than computers and televisions, the biggest appliances of the home reside in the kitchen. By learning to preserve resources in the kitchen, you can drastically lower your electricity bill. Mostly, saving energy requires you to be conscious of the decisions you make, like leaving appliances always plugged in or leaving a lid off a pot of boiling pasta. [Read this article]


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