Wed, 27 Jun 2012 6:13p.m.
New Zealanders waste over $100 million a year leaving appliances on standby instead of turning them off at the wall.
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28/06/2012 9:42:18 a.m.
I calculated that if a householder switches off appliances at a wall they reward themselves with either a cup of fancy coffee a week or the cost of groceries for a month. I have given presentations to many community groups and the people attending are generally surprised at what they can, easily, attain.
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