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Ansmann Rechargeables for Schools and Churches

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  "Going green used to be a passing thought but today, with tight budgets and greater emphasis to convert facilities to greener operations, the switch to rechargeable batteries is a literal no-brainer "   Deptford, NJ (PRWEB) April 22, 2009 — Ansmann USA and Horizon Battery launches a new website, ansmann.net to assist schools, theaters and churches switching from disposable alkalines to money-saving, planet-saving rechargeable batteries and chargers. Every year, schools, theaters and churches throw away over 200 million alkaline batteries – just to run their wireless mics and other portable electronics. “There are approximately 350,000 churches in the US,” explains...

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Shrink your energy footprint

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For the gear you have: Even when they’re not in use, many house-hold appliances suck up juice. Pull the plug on wasteful habits and save. By Alex Pham Los Angeles Times Staff Writer February 24, 2008 The average American home contains 25 consumer electronics devices. So to go green, start with what you’ve got. First, get a handle on your current electricity usage. A device called Kill A Watt, from P3 International Corp., makes for a nifty parlor game of Guess Watt with anything that plugs into a socket. One surprise might be how much energy some devices use even...

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