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Energy Star Rated Refrigerator
- A refrigerator is a cooling apparatus. The common household appliance (often called a "fridge" for short) comprises a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump—chemical or mechanical means—to transfer heat from it to the external environment (i.e.
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- An appliance or compartment that is artificially kept cool and used to store food and drink. Modern refrigerators generally make use of the cooling effect produced when a volatile liquid is forced to evaporate in a sealed system in which it can be condensed back to liquid outside the refrigerator
- white goods in which food can be stored at low temperatures
- A label attached to HVAC systems that meet or exceed the EPA guidelines for energy efficiency.
- Energy Star is an international standard for energy efficient consumer products originated in the United States of America.
- Rating system that showcases the electronic products and lighting. It was developed by the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy in 1992 and is also a rating system for buildings in the United States.
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Green construction with Habitat
“Green construction” with Habitat for Humanity of Champaign County & ReStore Our mission requires us to build simple, decent, and affordable housing. That means our homes must reduce long-term costs for the occupants and this community. Our hope is to reduce health care costs from environmental irritants, be energy efficient, provide operational savings, and use sustainable building practices. We have taken many steps to implement “green construction” and are in the process of becoming Energy Star certified. Here are some steps Habitat has already taken: Tank-less hot water heaters (heat on demand instead of a constant boil) Efficient HVAC systems Low E argon filled double glaze windows Blow-in cellulose insulation in the walls and ceiling. Cellulose is made out of recycled material Thanks to DOW Chemical gift-in-kind program our crawlspaces are insulated with 2 inches of DOW Blue board and 1 inch of Dow blue board. The joints are taped between the sheathing and the vinyl siding instead of housing wrap. We use previously developed lots (“in-fill”). By their nature, these lots are “green” as they do not require new streets, curb, gutter, sewer, or water infrastructure. In-fill lots most likely keep driving time to and from work to a minimum, thus further lower their carbon front print. This doesn’t mean we wouldn’t build in a new subdivision. Whirlpool provides refrigerators and stoves that are Energy Star rated. Installing rain gardens keeps groundwater on-site rather than storm drains, making the gardens more efficient and contained. Reduce: The material lists for all phases of construction is closely monitored keeping extra material to a minimum. Reuse: All extra materials are used on-site when possible and unused items are returned. Recycle: Cardboard, aluminum, copper, and other items are always recycled. ReStore: Anything that is still useable is taken to the Habitat for Humanity Restore at 119 E. University, which is open Tuesday—Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM.
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Iowa State University : Interlock house The appliances in the Interlock House were chosen for efficiency. Sometimes efficiency means simply having a smaller appliance because it requires less electricity than a larger model. This is especially true in our selection of refrigerator and dishwasher, which are both large enough to meet the needs of the competition but remain relatively small in size. With the exception of the dishwasher, all of our appliances are Energy Star rated meaning they use 20-30% less energy than models that are not Energy Star certified. The appliances we are using are listed below: Refrigerator: Summit CP171SS Dishwasher: Frigidaire FMB330RGC Oven: Whirlpool RBS245 Induction Cook Top: Summit SINC2220 Washer/Dryer: LG WM3431HS The induction cook top uses less energy because it more efficiently transfers energy to pots and pans, cooking in about half the time of a conventional electric resistance cook top. The washer and dryer are combined into a single unit, which removes the need to transfer clothes between machines and allows start-to-finish washing and drying control from one dial. During the drying cycle sensors automatically shut off the appliance once the load is dry, preventing unnecessary energy consumption.