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Sustainable Laundry

The average UK household’s laundry routine uses a lot of energy and water. Now think of the number of houses on your street, in your city, around the country – in the world. Sustainable living starts with you. Even easier yet, it starts with your laundry. Small considerations, like the temperature of your water to how you dry your clothes, can make your laundry routine a sustainable one. Give change a try and switch up the cycle.

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  • a washing line of clothes hanging up outdoors
    Develop a more environmentally friendly laundry routine by following these simple tips.
    Sustainable Laundry: How to Keep Your Washing Green

    Develop a more environmentally friendly laundry routine by following these simple tips.

  • A temperature dial on a washing machine.
    Washing clothes at 30°C doesn’t just save energy for a brighter environment – it’s also kinder on your clothes.
    Washing at 30°C

    Washing clothes at 30°C doesn’t just save energy for a brighter environment – it’s also kinder on your clothes.

  • Bubbles rising to the surface in a pool of soapy water.
    Save water – do less laundry! Find out how often you should be using the washing machine here.
    Save Water in the Laundry Room

    Save water – do less laundry! Find out how often you should be using the washing machine here.

  • A man adjusting the settings dial on a washing machine.
    Look out for the environment and save money by following these sustainable laundry tips!
    Energy Saving Tips for Laundry

    Look out for the environment and save money by following these sustainable laundry tips!

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