Save pounds and the planet
With over 365 everyday tips from
The obvious, Simple good habits,
to the Not so obvious but everyday easy
Here are just some of Saving Tips Covered in this book, but actually you will save much more !
General Standbys off £32 - £80 year
TV,DVD,PSP standby off £32 year
Battery charger £100-£399 Lifetime
Efficient Fridge/freezer £57 year
Efficient dishwasher £12 – £46 year
Efficient showerhead £165 year
Installing stuff savings £234 - £268 year
Shower not bath £40 year
Boiling just enough in kettle £8 year
No running hot tap £59 year
Hot water savings £107 year
Average food waste £720 year
Heating & insulation £740 - £980 year
Habit change only £891 year
Grand total £1,865 - £2,187 year
Saving symbols next to each tip so you know what you are saving with each habit change. Some tips may just save energy and money some might save a range of things.
I have also included a time saving icon as people often think they have no time for such things, this shows they can save time too!
Be it English Pounds, Euros, Dollars or Yen, these tips will save you money.
Saving time on housework and chores, I am sure you agree, is always a good thing.
These energy saving tips assume a typical 3 bedroom semi-detached house. Not using your car saves energy.
If you pay for the amount of water you use, these tips will save money. If not, getting into good habits for when you do need to pay will help.
These tips will help you to throw away less food or stuff unnecessarily, to buy less packaging, to recycle easier and quicker.
This book is not about being perfect, it’s about doing what you can when you can and showing that you can make a difference and save money.
This easy-to-use guide book will help you make small changes leading you to become more eco-friendly and more efficient, saving time, money and the planet.
You have children, eat meat, have a car, go on holiday by plane and have a hobby. Everything we do has an impact on the environment and the process starts every day with that first cup of tea. This book is not about how to make sacrifices—it is about how to maximise the benefits of what we have.