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EcoFriendly - Eco-Friendly Aspect ACE Mentorship Five...

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Eco-Friendly Aspect Eco-Friendly Aspect Five Sections: Five Sections: - The Lighting - The Building - Recycling - Alt. Sources of Energy - Transportation ACE Mentorship
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Lighting Info NATURAL LIGHTING Daylight is a good source of lighting. Skylights on the roof and some on the sides can be used for lighting in the day to conserve energy for the evening CLERESTORY WINDOWS Which angles are used for each season -In the winter the low angle of the sun shines directly into the south facing windows. The placement and size allows the small amount of winter daylight to enter where it can heat and illuminate the house. -In the summer the high angle and intensity of the sun is shaded from the windows. An overhang on the front of the house prevents the large amount of summer daylight from heating the house preventing it from overheating.
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Lighting Info Compact fluorescent light bulb Facts - Approximately 95% of the power consumed by an incandescent light bulb is emitted as heat, rather than as visible light. Fluorescent light bulb: 30% to 40% - Using 75% less energy, 70% less heat and lasting up to 10 times as longer -If every American home replaced their 5 most frequently used light fixtures or the bulbs in them with compact fluorescent light bulbs, we would save close to $8 billion each year in energy costs, and together we would
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