Dear bills, 65 points to save on consumption: here is the vademecum from Argentina

Dear bills, 65 points to save on consumption: here is the vademecum from Argentina
Dear bills, 65 points to save on consumption: here is the vademecum from Argentina
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In this period of severe imbalances and serious international tensions, the problem of the high bill is a common issue in many countries. Argentina also seems to be dealing with this situationtherefore today El Clarin has published a Vademecum consisting of 65 points to help consumers save where possible the use of water, electricity and gas.

From the most obvious aspects, how to promptly repair a dripping sink and turn off the tap during soaping, to more specific tips such as choosing soap instead of shower gels and always turning off the water while soaping your hair or brushing your teeth. Partially fill the bathtub with which 150 liters of water are consumed on average against 100 liters if you take a 10-minute shower.

Regarding the consumption of electricity, the consulted experts pointed out that many keep the TV running several hours a day even as a background to their daily activities and have quantified 6 hours of consumption of a 32 “to 50 ‘LED TV. ‘with 13.50 kWh per month.

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Still with regard to the use of electricity, to those who ask if it is preferable to charge the devices and use them disconnected using the hardware battery or use them connected to the electrical outlet, the experts reply that it is advisable to always use them at 80% so that the devices do not are damaged.

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However, there are many situations through which consumption can be saved with a little attention.


The article is in Italian

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