Enjoy Cool Energy Savings with Greener Refrigerators

Save money and electricity with these tips to make your refrigerator more energy efficient. Plus, here’s how to know if it’s time to recycle the old fridge and buy a new one.



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Your refrigerator is one of the biggest energy users in your home. Fortunately, some simple tips can keep it running as efficiently as possible.
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When it's time to get rid of your old refrigerator, don't just move it out to the garage as a second fridge. Keeping an inefficient old refrigerator running will also run up your electric bill. The best option is usually to recycle the old refrigerator.
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