Ditch the Extra Fridge

1000 lbs CO2 Per Year

$100 Savings Per Year

Short Description

Getting rid of an extra refrigerator at home can save money, and help the environment.

Long Description

Refrigerators generally take the lead when it comes to energy costs. On average a refrigerator can cost you over $100 a year to run. Some older models (before 1993) often use twice as much energy as energy efficient models. Getting rid of an extra refrigerator at home can save money, and help the environment. By cleaning and organizing your fridge after you buy groceries every week, you’ll find that you have plenty of space for your food. Additionally, try to keep your refrigerator away from your stove and out of direct sunlight; it’ll take less energy to keep your fridge cool that way.

 

Ditch your extra fridge to reduce your carbon footprint while saving money!

 

On average a refrigerator can cost you over $100 a year to run. Some older models (before 1993) often use twice as much energy as energy efficient

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