How To Switch To Eco-Friendly Appliances In Your Home


To keep using what you have is an environmentally conscious way of thinking however, it does not apply to home appliances. Older appliances use more energy and water than newer appliances. Donate ineffective appliances to individuals for whom they are an improvement (or recycle them) and find Energy Star-certified substitutes.

The U.S. Department of Energy now wants producers of major home appliances to have their products tested for energy efficiency. The test’s outcome is displayed on yellow-and-black EnergyGuide labels, which record how much power the appliance takes and what the yearly operating costs may be.

Appliances with EnergyGuide results in the top 25% are awarded the Energy Star label. Devices that have received an Energy Star rating may cost more than those that have … Read More

Start Using Safer Non-Toxic Bakeware for Your Family

Children using safe bakeware

Do you love baking? Who doesn’t love muffins? The aroma and taste are just too good!

If you look at the tools used in baking, you will find that everything is non-stick. But now, knowing the fact that the non-stick utensils are toxic, many of us have eliminated all non-stick bakeware and cookware from our home.

However, what should you use instead? We have created a buying guide for up to eight non-toxic bakeware alternatives that are best to improve the wellbeing of your family.… Read More