- Keep all computer equipment off unless in use – especially at night and on weekends
- On your computer, enable power management features so your computer monitor and hard drive will go into a lower power (blank screen) “sleep mode” when not actively in use.
- When purchasing computers, buy low wattage equipment certified by the EPA’s Energy Star program and be sure to enable power management features when setting up equipment.
- Turn off unused or unneeded lights
- Use natural lighting instead of electric lighting whenever possible
- If you have a desk lamp, make sure it uses a fluorescent bulb
- Do not use halogen floor lamps in any campus building. These lamps are very energy wasteful and may pose a safety risk.
- During the heating season, open blinds, drapes and curtains to let sun in. If no sun, close them to keep the heat in, especially at night.
- During the cooling season, close blinds, drapes and curtains to block direct sun.
- Use hot water sparingly.
- Keep windows and doors closed in heated and air conditioned areas.
- Close vestibule doors when propped open
- Purchase only energy -efficient models of equipment
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