Laundry Time

Consider a High Efficiency Washing Machine
The most efficient front load washing machines use as little as 32ℓ per load, compared to a whopping 245ℓ for a traditional washer. A high efficiency (HE) washer should easily pay for itself over its lifetime in water and energy savings.

 

New Energy Star rated washers use 35 – 50% less water and 50% less energy per load. If you’re in the market for a new clothes washer, seriously consider a water-saving frontload washer as opposed to a top loader. You get large capacity front loaders if required, some front load models are even available with a “laundry pedestal” enabling you to do two washes at the same time saving water, energy and time.

 

It all depends on your requirement and needs, determine which washer type will be a better fit for your requirements.

 

If you have to wash laundry by hand in the bath, why not consider using a BabyDam to reduce the volume of water required. The BabyDam can also be used to separate clean water from rinsing water. More information available via our home page.

 

Did you know that you could re-use your laundry water to irrigate your garden? Head over to our home page to find out more about the benefits of installing an ecogator greywater system.

 

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