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1. Put occupancy sensors if possible, so that lights will be ON only if somebody is in the area and if no sufficient light is there. 2. Use Duplex printing type copying/ printing machine. Use both sides ...
... a watt meter. Equipment that commonly uses standby power includes; VCR player, DVD players and entertainment systems;  TVs and set-top boxes;  Microwave ovens ; Computers, digital monitors and printers ...
Below are some simple by effective ideas to help reduce the impact your office is having on the environment.  Replace traditional incandescent light bulbs with CFL (compact fluorescent lights). In addition ...
... from sunshine, only supplemented by "incidental" heat energy given off by lights, computers, and other task-specific appliances (such as those for cooking, entertainment, etc.), showering, people and pets. ...
... as old computers and mobile phones—is banned in many areas due to the toxic contents of certain components. The recycling process works by mechanically separating the metals, plastics and circuit boards ...
... computers) and plastics. Though similar, the composting of biodegradable waste – such as food or garden waste – is not typically considered recycling. These materials are either brought to a collection ...
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