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“Eco-friendly” and “energy-efficient” aren’t just marketing labels, they’re a way of life. This Earth Month 2009, Electrolux is celebrating its company-wide Green Spirit Initiative, because less energy and water usage means a healthier, happier planet. With a variety of premium, energy-efficient appliances it’s easy for you to live an eco-chic life. So, just how eco-chic are you? Take this quiz to find out.

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True or False: It’s easy to find appliances on the market today that are energy efficient.

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Yes or No: Does the placement of your appliances affect energy-efficiency?

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True or False: Eco-friendly cooking requires way more thought than just choosing organic and locally harvested products.

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Which wash cycle is better for your clothing and the environment?

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Yes or No: Is washing dishes by hand more environmentally friendly than using a dishwasher?

abigail-rum abigail-rum 8 years
You answered 5 out of 5 questions correctly wooo
Jess8902 Jess8902 8 years
5/5, "Boricua, if you're too selfish to care, then kindly ignore this thread and go wallow in your wasteful ways. We don't need to hear YOUR nonsense." Amen, Notmeanymore.
betty-kraker betty-kraker 8 years
fades-the-sun fades-the-sun 8 years
5/5. mostly common sense...
caligirl101 caligirl101 8 years
cutecurls cutecurls 8 years
Calimie Calimie 8 years
5/5, some of them are common sense, even the diswasher one. I always end up using much more water when I hand wash, but unfortunately, it isn't common that I can use the diswasher when full.
Ac2366 Ac2366 8 years
KJS916 KJS916 8 years
5/5 ... but that's because I work in the industry and the information is drilled into my brain. haha
nygurl nygurl 8 years
beautifulmel beautifulmel 8 years
Advertorial or not, I thought this was a good way to learn about what products are being designed with green in mind. I'm glad to see corporations putting their thought into designs that might help save the planet. And I always thought handwashing was most water-efficient, as long as you don't leave the water running-- I still think that's true, because 2 sinks of water has to be less than what a dishwasher uses, but kudos to companies for trying to improve it. I'm glad to see people heading in the right direction finally, even if it seems like an empty fad right now.
NotMeAnymore NotMeAnymore 8 years
I didn't learn it from a company, FTR - I learned it from research that wasn't funded by a company. Boricua, if you're too selfish to care, then kiindly ignore this thread and go wallow in your wasteful ways. We don't need to hear YOUR nonsense.
dinghy dinghy 8 years
I'd believe the dishwasher thing far more easily if Electrolux wasn't the one saying it...
brownsuga928 brownsuga928 8 years
4/5 Pretty good!
Special-K Special-K 8 years
NotMeAnymore NotMeAnymore 8 years
5/5 I would have debated hand washing at one point, but I learned a few years ago: dishwashers, when full, are definitely more eco-friendly.
Lyv Lyv 8 years
5/5. That's weird cause I was so unsure about the last three ones. I suppose the eco-frenzy ends up getting through to your head somehow...
mollyparnis mollyparnis 8 years
lseibert85 lseibert85 8 years
bornthisway bornthisway 8 years
pillowtalkk pillowtalkk 8 years
1/5 i sucked!
green-socks green-socks 8 years
It's an ad for "green" appliances. Of course every answer is pro appliance!
polkadots567 polkadots567 8 years
4/5 I got the dishwasher one wrong
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