Saturday, July 31, 1999

How to conserve energy




        Keep thermostat set at 78 degrees or higher.

        • Use fans to circulate air.

        Make sure registers are not blocked by furniture, drapes.

        • Turn off unnecessary lights.

        • Delay use of electric appliances, such as ovens, dishwashers, clothes dryers, until 9 p.m.

        • Close blinds and curtains on the south side of the building.

        • Close off unused rooms (and their air registers.)

        • Turn off swimming pool pumps and filter systems.

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How to avoid heat-related illness
Tips on staying cool
Get help from the heat
- How to conserve energy
Public pools
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