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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Sustainable Living Part 2

How did everyone go reducing your landfill waste?  Our aim here at Save Energy, Save Money it to try and half the amount we are putting into land fill each week by recycling and re using.  Does anyone out there have any other tips on how this can be achieved?  We would love to hear from you.
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Sustainable Living Part 1

So we are looking around the Save Energy, Save Money office’s and looking at what we can do to improve our sustainability.

The first thing we are looking at is reducing our landfill waste.   Did you know that Australians generate almost 48 million tones of landfill waste?  Of what roughly 52% is recyclable.  So I put it to you Australia are you doing your bit?
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The Lowdown on Energy-Efficient Light Bulbs

Ok so we hear lots of talk about energy-efficient light bulbs and how we should switch all our bulbs over to them.  But why?  Let us here at Save Energy, Save Money shed a little light on why!

Energy-saving light bulbs such as compact fluorescent lights (CFL) or LED lights are designed to replace incandescent light bulbs (ILB).  Energy-saving light bulbs use up to one fifth of the electricity of ILB and last up to 15 times longer.
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Solar Talk

The team at Save Energy, Save Money have received a few questions from you about solar so here is some information we have sourced for you.

In the age where we all want to be more energy-efficient and reduce those power bills solar would be the obvious choice but how realistic is it for everyone to get it?
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How to Begin Eliminating Chemicals from your life Part 3

So how did everyone go making their very own laundry detergent? Please let us know if there any specific recipes you would like us to cover? Our aim here is to save energy and save money for you in 2014.

Now when it comes to making your own products you don’t need to be restricted to simply making things for cleaning, you can spend up to $60 a bottle for things like massage oil’s when you can make your own very easily at a fraction of the cost.
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