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Improve efficiency by dusting off the condenser coils at the back of the fridge. With a lot of dust buildup, the energy consumption of the fridge can increase by up to 30%.
Wait until later in the day when your dishwasher is full to run it.
While not for everyone, cutting down on meat helps the environment. Commit to at least one meatless day per week to help.
Clean out your car trunk for the best fuel efficiency.
For optimal water efficiency, match your water to your laundry load.
Save energy and get exercise!
Give a plant instead of cut flowers. They'll help the atmosphere and last longer.
$48 billion is the cost of all wasted food in the US! Help decrease this by sending dinner guests home with leftovers.
Bring your old dishes to work! Not only are they repurposed, but hopefully they'll help minimize the use of disposable dishware.
Fly with an e-ticket. Processing a paper ticket costs approximately $10, while processing an e-ticket costs only $1. It could save the airline industry $3 billion a year. Plus, it helps the planet!
Go to a car wash. Professional car washes are often more efficient with water consumption. If everyone in the U.S. who washes their car themselves took just one visit to the car wash we could save nearly 8.7 billion gallons of water.
Stock up on condiments instead of getting individual packets every time you order out.