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Be Clever With Your Energy Usage This Holiday Season 30

By Recyclebank |

The U.S. makes up only 4.4% of the world’s population but uses 18% of its energy. Here are some simple ways to lower your impact this holiday season.

If the
members who
recycle paper at home instead of sending it to the landfill
Complete this slideshow to find out what the impact would be.
Be Clever With Your Energy Usage This Holiday Season
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  • Kristie M. 1 day ago
    We only have led bulbs
  • David H. 5 days ago
    All metal cans, glass bottles and jars, marked plastic containers and paper are recycled here but I would like to know the trade-off between flattening the plastic bottles and jugs vs. not doing so. Squashing them saves transportation volume, another energy cost, but may make them harder to recycle. Please respond in one of
    your info spots. Gradually changing over to LEDs as the incandescents burn out but be careful using them in a ceiling with one of those clip-on diffusers. The transformer's heat can soften the glue holding the glass "top" on and both will hit the floor sending pieces all over.
  • Sha P. 6 days ago
    We changed our thermostat to NEST. It's an investment, however in the long run you will be saving a lot from your electricity bill.
  • Keicha H. 19 days ago
    I am recycling paper at home as we speak.
  • joseph o. 27 days ago
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