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Living Green

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Living Green
Washing Machine.
Introduction
There are many differences between renewable resources and nonrenewable resources. Nonrenewable resources aren't good for the environment, aren't sustainable, and cost less than renewable resources. Renewable resource cost more than nonrenewable resources, but are much more healthy for the environment and are sustainable. Nonrenewable resources include gas, which is used to provide heat in homes, coal which is used to provide electricity in homes, and uranium which is used to provide electricity. Clothes line, LED's, pellet stove, eco friendly washer, and solar panels are all eco friendly appliances and technologies that can be used in a green home.
LED's
Pellet stove
Solar panels
Clothes line
An LED is a light bulb that performs much better than other light bulbs. An LED will use 6-8 watts of electricity whereas a CFL will use 13-15 watts of electricity per unit of light. Also LED lights have many other aspects that are better than other lights such as durability, sensitivity to temp and humidity. The cost to maintain a LED differs greatly from other lights, the cost to maintain a LED is 33$ a year if the light was on 24/7 . To put this into perspective, an incandescent light bulb will cost 329$ to run a year.
A pellet stove costs about 3,000 dollars a year to buy and install plus another 1,000 dollars a year for fuel. Other sources of heating would cost from 1,800 to 2,500 dollars a year to it doesn't take long for a pellet stove to pay for it's self.
To buy a washer that is energy efficient costs from 700 to 1,800 dollars. The energy saved with these washers is about 25% compared to other washers. Also, buying a washer that is energy efficient will save you on average 45 dollars a year.
Buying a solar panel to power your home can cost from 20,000 dollars to 70,000 dollars. The savings that are made by using a solar panel to power you home may vary, however the average savings that one gets for using solar panels is 240$ a year in electric bills.
A clothes line costs about 20$ to buy, install, and run, this means that on average one will save 120 dollars a year.
Resources
https://www.energystar.gov/products/appliances/clothes_dryers
https://www.energystar.gov/products/appliances/clothes_washers
http://www.freemoneyfinance.com/2013/03/can-you-save-money-with-a-pellet-stove.html
http://www.designrecycleinc.com/led%20comp%20chart.html
http://www.simpleecology.com/eco/clothesline
https://www.focusonenergy.com/residential/efficient-homes/home-performance-energy-star
http://www.affordable-solar.com/solar-tools/residential-solar-calculator/
http://www.growsolar.org/
https://www.focusonenergy.com/residential/efficient-homes/home-performance-energy-star
https://www.energystar.gov/most-efficient/me-certified-clothes-washers/
http://homeguides.sfgate.com/examples-nonrenewable-energy-sources-78740.html
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