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ENERGY STAR certified LED light bulbs require less electricity than incandescent and fluorescent lamps to deliver the same amount of light. Replacing your older technology lamps with LEDs will help reduce your utility bills and benefit the environment by reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with electricity production, helping to address climate change. (browse LEDs)
Using water efficiently will help to preserve reliable water supplies. Showering typically representing about 17% of indoor water use. With a 10 minute daily shower, a WaterSense labeled 1.5 gpm shower head can reduce your water use by 3,650 gallons a year. (browse showerheads)
Many sensitive electronic devices continue to consume electricity even once turned off. An advanced power strip will insure that devices are not only protected against electrical surges, but it will cut power to connected devices when they are not being used. (browse power strips)