Monday, May 07, 2007

52 Weeks Down - Week 2 - Turning Things Off

Here's a simple, but vitally important one. This week, we're going to practice turning things off. I know, I know, it sounds easy, but these things are so little it is easy to forget them. The best estimate is that if everyone in the nation simply avoided unnecessary energy waste we could reduce our national consumption by 15%. All of us can use a reminder here.

So here's what we're going to do this week - walk around your house, your office, your life and look for places to turn things off, or down. That means when you run to the post office or pick up your kids from school, don't idle the car. Unless you are baking, put your food in the oven when you go to preheat things (your food will warm with the oven) and then turn the oven off 10-30 minutes before you expect your food to be done - it will still be hot. Disconnect all those phantom loads - the VCR, the microwave. Don't leave your cell phone plugged in after it is charged. Turn your computer *off* over night, and make sure you turn off the printer. Turn down the heat or up the air conditioning. Turn off the heat cycle of the dishwasher, or open it up when you get to the drying part. Try doing some things by hand - knead your bread, mash the potatoes, wash a few dishes, hang your laundry. Find as many ways as possible to cut back, and get your family in on the game. Perhaps offer to take everyone out to dinner/lunch/ice cream with the amount you save over last year on this month's electric bill. If it is a lot, they get something fancy, if a little, they have to share junior cones. Find some way to get everyone in on the game.

Do it for a week, and it gets to be a habit!

Sharon

86 comments:

jlpicard2 said...

Computers, printers, and many other accessories have phantom loads too. A good way to handle this is to plug them all into a surge strip and turn the surge strip off.

I use a Kill A Watt to measure how much power my devices use both on and off.

Eileen said...

On dishwashing, from _Home Energy Diet_ by Scheckel:
A study conducted by the University of Bonn, Germany, reported that volunteers washing dirty dishes in a sink used an average of 27 gallons of water and 2.5 kWh of water-heating energy to was a complete 12-place dinner setting. An automatic dishwasher handling the same number of equally dirty dishes used only 4 gallons of water and about 1.5 kWh of total electrical energy....

And the dishes were cleaner by machine. Course, you have to do full loads.

I'm with you on all the other stuff. I heated the water for my oatmeal in the sun oven this morning. And I'm listening to NPR with my solar charged batteries.

It is funny, it is developing new habits which does take some adjustment. But none of them is really hard so far. Just a bit of extra thought or an extra step for the most part.

Sue said...

Off-grid home power systems have this little gadget available to them - it looks like a night light, and plugs into any electrical socket. When the inverter is on (meaning something in the house somewhere is using electricity) the little light comes on. When the inverter is off, meaning no electricity is being used, the little light flashes on and off. Glancing at that light is our way of checking, before bedtime or before leaving the house or just anytime, that we've not left anything on.

Knowing you haven't left something electrical on in an off-grid home is especially important, because it could drain your batteries if it happened overnight or during a low-sun day. Sure seems like grid houses could benefit from such a concept too. Sadly, I don't know of an equivalent device for grid houses -- just going outside and looking directly at the meter, I guess.

anna in canada said...

This is a great idea--I wonder if anyone has discovered a source of appliances *without* phantom loads. That is, I have an oven (and a microwave) that both have clocks. I also have a clock. Is there a way to find a stove without a clock? I don't think the stove is worried about being late for anything!! I'm sure there are other examples . . .

RAS said...

Eileen, what kind of dishwasher were they using? And were they using water conservation measures when they washed the dishes by hand? Those numbers seem a little fishy to me. The only dishwashers I've seen that use that little energy and water are high end models. Plus, my dishwasher at least rarely gets dishes cleaner than by hand, and there is a large embodied energy and water cost to a dishwasher that I'm sure that study didn't account for.

Mike said...

Some of this can be counterproductive, especially with electronics. Switching an electronic appliance (e.g. a PC) on and of, on and off, on and off, will dramatically shorten its lifespan, and the amount of energy that goes into manufacturing (particularly) the semiconductor components is much, much more than we'll save by switching them off.

Be careful, here, though... all those chargers are not primarily "electronic appliances", so switching them off is a great idea.

A lot more energy can be saved by replacing old CRT computer monitors with LCD flat-panel displays, but I confess that I'm not sure we're fooling ourselves again! I just don't know how mch embodied energy is bound up in a monitor. I'll bet its a lot, though, so unless I really needed to replace a monitor, it probably uses less energy in the bigger picture to just keep the CRT monitor.

Don't get me started on refrigerators and feezers, and how horribly inefficient they are...

Mike said...

Some of this can be counterproductive, especially with electronics. Switching an electronic appliance (e.g. a PC) on and of, on and off, on and off, will dramatically shorten its lifespan, and the amount of energy that goes into manufacturing (particularly) the semiconductor components is much, much more than we'll save by switching them off.

Be careful, here, though... all those chargers are not primarily "electronic appliances", so switching them off is a great idea.

A lot more energy can be saved by replacing old CRT computer monitors with LCD flat-panel displays, but I confess that I'm not sure we're fooling ourselves again! I just don't know how much embodied energy is bound up in a monitor. I'll bet its a lot, though, so unless I really needed to replace a monitor, it probably uses less energy in the bigger picture to just keep the CRT monitor.

Don't get me started on refrigerators and feezers, and how horribly inefficient they are...

Eileen said...

More extensive discussion of dishwashing experiment here: http://www.treehugger.com/files/
2005/08/dishwasher_vs_h.php

Sorry to hear about your dishwasher, ras. Mine works great. It is pretty recent and energy star rated.

jewishfarmer said...

Re:dishwashing:My initial suggestion was that people simply stop allowing their dishwasher to *dry* their dishes - that is, turn off heated dry, or open up the dishwasher. I'm trying to ease people in gradually ;-).

But about dishwashing in general, I'm a skeptic for this study. I would strongly recommend that instead of relying on studies, you test this one out yourself - that is, look and see exactly how much water and energy your dishwasher uses, and then see, using your most frugal washing techniques, how much water you use. Because my dishwasher uses 8.4 gallons on its water miser cycle, while I can hand wash my dishes using less than 6 gallons quite easily. Plus, during warm times of the year I wash in cold water.

The study you cite used german dishwashers, which tend to be tiny, and had the volunteers run water for rinsing, rather than use the dishpan method, for example. It may be, if you have a very efficient dishwasher, or are an inefficient handwasher, it may be better, but I have my doubts for most people.

My cistern is going in this month -I can promise you that the water I pump up from my cistern to wash my dishes is will use less energy than my dishwasher ;-). So instead of taking this as a given, do the experiment for yourself.

Mike, I understand the problem, but I'm still going to vote in favor of turning things off - and mostly not replacing them ;-).

Sharon

Anonymous said...

I've started turning my hot water heater off except on hot wash days (about every 8 days) (my otherwise saintly housemate sneaks in a hot 2 minute shower on those days) on the theory it has to take less energy to boil a kettle or 2 for a warm bath on Wednesday nights (we've changed bath nights) or to heat an inch of water in a very dirty pan to help get it clean than it does to keep the boiler on all the time.

I'm, too, am one of those evil people who refuses to believe that running my wishwasher (I'm leaving the typo) will use less water than my rinsing the mugs in a small basin, rubbing the knives and forks, and then the plates etc. in the same and finally tipping that water into any bowls useed in prep to scrub them out before doing the same into any pots and tossing the water onto the compost pile or a any thirsty plants I pass.

Yeah, I know. I was told on another board that I was just killing the planet. Bad me.

MEA (who has a killer headache from flowering trees, and admits she in a bit of a mood)

Eileen said...

Well, I must not use as many dishes as you guys, because I think it would be a challenge for me to use much less water over the many days it takes me to fill the dishwasher. Even a small dishpan each day over the course of a week would exceed that amount for the dishwasher (either the 4 gallons they cite or the 6.5 miser level).

Guess it depends on how much you use to start with.

It is like what I heard about the microwave: if you don't use the microwave much, the damn phantom power probably pulls more than using it. And since I barely use it, that was probably the case here before I put it on the switch. Whereas if you use the microwave all the time the phantom power would be a small amount of your total.

RAS said...

Woohoo, I have homemade strawberry jam! I did it myself, first time ever!
I just had to stop by and derail the post to tell everyone that. ;-)

jewishfarmer said...

Congratulations Rebecca! I'm both admiring and jealous - we're out of strawberry, and we've got a good month before they come ripe!

Eileen - I think you may have hit the nail on the head on some level - maybe it is how many dishes you use. With four kids and regular guests, we could easily fill the dishwasher twice a day.

But I still don't know if I buy it - because if you don't have a whole load, why would you have to fill up the dishpans all the way? Again, I'm just suggesting that everyone experiment.

I also think that it may be the case in some cases that it is better to use less water and more energy in the dishwasher, and sometimes better to use less energy and more water. That is, there's no way that dishes washed by hand in cold water use more electricity than dishes washed in the dishwasher (the energy to run those pumps, and heat the water, compared to the energy just used to pump the water). But if you live in a very water short place and your electric comes from some clean source like hydro, you might well do better to use the dishwasher. If you live in a place where water is plentiful (like where I live) and electricity is dirty (like where I live), I don't see how the dishwasher could be preferrable.

Again, my major contention on this is that any single study isn't relevant - too many personal factors. So try it out.

Sharon in upstate NY

Kiashu said...

Eileen, I've heard of that study about the dishwashing, and am puzzled by it. I have a full set of dishes - four each of plates, saucers, bowls, cups, glasses, knives, forks, soup and dessert spoons and teaspoons - two frying pans, two pots, and numerous ladles, etc. My sink is 30cm x 30cm x 15cm, giving it a volume of 13.5 litres, or about 3 gallons (it's never completely full).

My dishes would be two loads of a dishwasher, which those Germans say would take 2x 4 gallons, or 8 gallons in all. They take up two fillings of my sink, or 6 gallons.

27 gallons would require my filling my sink 9 times over.

I suspect the Germans using their sinks must have had the tap running full-bore continuously. I've seen people using water like that. Here we've had a few international students stay with us, coming from countries without water problems (or without acknowledged water problems). To wash their hands, they turn on the tap very strongly, even without putting their hands under it's splashing out of the sink around the bathroom, stand looking at themselves in the mirror a moment, run their hands under the water for a couple of minutes, washing, then another couple of minutes, rinsing them. As my bathroom tap full-bore lets out 3 litres of water a minute, they use about 6 litres of water just to wash their hands after going to the toilet.

I've seen people do similar things with dishes, the tap blasting away, and the same amount rinsing.

So the problem is not with washing dishes by hand itself, but the way they're doing it.

This then illustrates the general problem, that we approach things unimaginatively, standing there staring at ourselves in the mirror while the water blasts away.

4 gallons to wash one pan is too much. A good rule of thumb which I have taught my kitchenhands in my commercial kitchens over the years is that you should not need more water to wash a dish than would fill it about one-third.

Interesting comment on the page referring to the study, "You'll note that the research project partners include Bosch and Electrolux, among others." Hmmm... This would be like reading a study that said trains use more energy per person than cars, and finding the research partners were General Motors and Toyota ;)

And Sharon is of course right - try it out. Studies only speak about particular conditions, or at best averages; your own case may be different.

Anonymous said...

Actually you can either put your computer into sleep mode or, better yet, have it hibernate. Sleep reduces the power to a fraction of a watt and hibernate saves a complete image of what's in memory and turns the computer off. Restarting is much faster and the previous session is restored completely. Sleep is better if you wish to leave the computer for a few minutes since it comes back in seconds.

Kiashu said...

Looking further at this study, hmmm, 103 litres to wash 12 dishes... 8.6 litres each, or roughly two gallons. That does seem rather a lot.

What the hell are they doing, water blasting the dishes?!

I did notice when I was in Italy that rather than filling the sink with soapy water, then washing the dishes in that, they tend to get a soapy sponge over the dishes, with the water running continuously. It's pretty easy to get 4 litres a minute from a big tap.

At my home, the two of us use 180 litres of water a day total (average falling to 150 over time). It breaks down as,
* 2x 40lt showers
* 1/3 x 120lt clothes washing machine (ie once every three days), or 40lt
* 4x 5lt toilet flushes
* 8x 500ml handwashes
* 2x 12lt dishwashing sinkfuls (washing 6 dishes, 4 pans, and numerous forks, ladles, etc)
* 12lt for drinking and cooking

The garden gets the shower water.

4 gallons for one dish over a week? I think you have to work pretty hard to waste that much water...

Eileen said...

No, one day of dishes x 7, it doesn't seem that hard to get to 4 gallons to me. Wash water and some rinse water.

But I see y'all have the conclusion you want and dismiss and distort the data. Where have I seen that before...hmmm....

So let's take kiashu's daily dish data: 2x 12L per day = 24 L. Roughly 6 gallons. So look--there we are at the dishwasher rate! Now, in my house that would also mean the water tank heats up twice. That can't be more efficient than heating up the water once. But I'm not a math major, so what do I know...

Seems to me that in the interest of a world view people may be actually losing out on some more efficient strategies.

BoysMom said...

I've always washed dishes the way Kiashu described it being done in Italy. So how'm I actually supposed to be doing it, and does it get them as clean?
Also, how do I find out what would be safe to use on my dishes so my plants can have the water?
There's gotta be a website somewhere . . . right?

jewishfarmer said...

Folks, we're talking about dishwashers here, not the cure for cancer, so let's keep it in perspective.

Here's my personal take -

1 study is 1 study of a set of specific parameters. Questioning its value is not a personal attack and shouldn't be taken as one.

If I wash my dishes by hand in cold water using no more water than the dishwasher uses, then I am manifestly using less electricity. If I pump it up from the ground by hand, I'm using no electricity. That would be better.

In some places, and for some people, though, the dishwasher might be more efficient than handwashing.

Regardless, a dishwasher is an appliance, that comes with a hefty embodied energy cost - I couldn't find a reliable figure for how much, the only figures I saw averaged 3-7 years of daily use before you make it back. Obviously, that's a wide range and not terribly useful. So if your house didn't come with one, it might be a long time before having a dishwasher was worth the energy cost. On the other hand, if you get one with your house, it is efficient, it seems like it is one of the nicer conveniences and maybe worth the energy cost. I really think worrying about the dishwasher (again, my original post only called for no using the heated dry function, which, IMHO, is a waste of energy) gets away from the basic point - which is that we should be conserving where we can.

The other point I wonder about is whether, for those people who don't need the dishwasher all the time, whether the dishwasher causes you to need more *dishes* - that is, if you only run the dishwasher once or twice a week, what are you doing with the dishes you cooked with on Monday - are they just sitting dirty in the dishwasher? And do you have enough pots to go for several days without washing them? I'm curious, because in my house, several favorite pans and bowls get used all the time, and I'm trying to envision how one would have enough stuff not to have to hand wash a few things in between - which, of course, adds on to the water and energy cost.

But I don't think anyone here is ordering anyone to wash their dishes any particular way.

Sharon

Anonymous said...

Eileen,

I think part of the trouble is how one defines washing the dishes. If one is, as I am, willing to consider them clean if there is no visable food on them, then you can stick a days worth for a household of 4 into the sink as you go, and wash the whole lot in a basin of cold water (or heat up an inch or so of water in the bottom of one of the pans if it won't come clean) at the end of day, and Bob's your uncle. If one has slighly higher standards involving hot water and rinsing (I just wipe the suds, if I've had to use soap, off with a towel) (or doesn't eat as many 1 pot meals as we do)(or didn't consider dusting the toast crumbs off the breakfast dishes and putting them back at people's places for lunch perfectly ok) then a dishwasher that is very efficient might be a better way to go.

I think the point here is to find a way you can cut back what you are using. For me, using my 20 year old plus dishwasher that came with the house and (I know from using it when my germ phobic SIL comes to visit my parents and we have to lug the dishes back and forth to wash becuase she won't believe that handwashing, even of using hot water and soap on everything variety, kill germs) would take about 3 days worth of our dishes to fill would be going backwards. For you, with your super efficent dishwashing and your household, whatever its composiiton, hand washing maybe a step backwards.

Anyway, I appreicate the trouble you took to post the study, even if don't think it applies to my situtation. I just realized that one of the reasons I've gotten into dishwasher arguements is that I'm using very different terms than most other people.

I have to say that if I were washing 12 plates, covers, soup bowls, fish plates, salad plates, between 72 and 106 plices of cultery, 12 water goblets, 36 wine glasses, 12 demi tasse, not to mention all the serving plates and cooking dishes, I'd go through more than one basinful of water.

Hope we haven't frightened you away.

MEA

Eileen said...

I doubt I have more dishes and pots than other people. Generally I cook a batch of something (such as lentils, rice, beans) and eat that for several days.

This week I have been eating a pot pie for 3 days (with one more piece left for tomorrow or the day after). The pie plate can sit there without being much of a burden on the pan cycle.

A lunchtime sandwich plate can often be brushed off for a few crumbs. Plates don't substitute for soup bowls, so I have both. Maybe some people eat everything out of a bowl, I don't know. I'm not that kind of eco-martyr. Some stuff I already owned and continue to use since my enlightenment.

And all I said at first was that I'm not with you on handwashing some dishes (which I could swear was in the post), because I'll bet a lot of people use more water than they realize when thinking they are just rinsing off a something quickly.

Michelle in Ga said...

One of my favorite ways to keep
the house cool in the long hot
summers of the deep south is
cooking with my crockpot. It even
gets too hot to grill. The crockpot may use electricity, but
the savings on the AC are tremendous. My folks have taken
this a step further. They bought
a toaster oven that the use on their backporch for light meals.
~M

Anonymous said...

Be sure to read your printer's manual before turning it off. Some (mine, for instance, an Epson RC200) specifically warn against turning it off when not in use - or the inkjets will gum up. I'll have to hold out until I can responsibly recycle it and replace it with something "greener."

Serena said...

For boysmom--run water into both sides of your sink. Use one side for washing, then dip/put them in the other side for rinsing. Voila! Clean dishes, less water wasted. If anyone else would care to comment on how you wash your dishes by hand, I'd love to hear!

Anonymous said...

Having lived on the road with nothing but what I could carry in a small vehicle -- including ALL my water -- I came up with a very simple scheme for dish-washing... it involved the use of spray bottles... one was filled with diluted soap, another with plain water.

I named it "Spritz-a-Plate"(c)1968 and then I was ready to scrub! (people love stupid names)

Here's the step by step procedure in full detail:
1) Spritz with the soapy spray.
2) Scrub.
3) Spritz with the rinse spray.
4) Dry on folding wooden rack.
5) Done.

A one (1) liter spray bottle of soapy water and a one (1) liter spray bottle of clear water refilled 2 or 3 times would be enough for me... for about a week!!! Multiply per person, approximately.

I mustered the courage to test this procedure under much more severely comfortable circumstances, and discovered great success as the result. Intrepidly, I continue to use it to this day.

Nancy said...

I grew up on a farm with a well that tended to dry up, so we have always be conscious of how much water we use. To wash dishes you put a few inches of hot water in one sink with a bit of soap, and a few inches I the other to rinse. Then you pay attention to what order you wash the dishes in. First you do glasses and silver, then the plates and bowls. Lastly you do the greasy pot. As needed, you can add a bit more hot water (needed primarily for the greasy stuff). If you are having trouble getting the suds off in the rinse water, you are using too much soap. Rinse in the second sink and let air dry.

lavonne said...

I love the Spritz-a-Plate idea -- I'm going to try it. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Dawn Foam. You wet the sponge, apply the foam and start washing. I stack the soapy dishes in the sink and when everything is washed I rinse everything. I have to admit that I only wash by hand when I've run out of room in the dishwasher - but only run the dishwasher every other day at most.

Anonymous said...

We recently had to replace our old Macintosh computer (because it was so out of date that it was incompatible with most current programs) and the tech guy that helps us was amazed at what good condition it was in after so many years. He said it was probably because we never leave it on when we're not using it, so i guess that turning it off after each use really saved a lot of wear and tear and actually greatly extended its life.

Cherylann said...

I don't have a dishwasher. I have 4 kids and a dh, so there are 6 of us. I cook 3 meals a day, plus dessert and snacks. That equals to a lot of dishes.

In the morning, I run a sink of hot soapy water, I put the dishes in. When I get a full sink, I fill the other sink with clear water. I wash my dishes, then put them in the rinse water. I take them out and put them in the strainer. That way, I don't waste any water.

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