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The kinds of energy efficient products are endless. There are products for the home, appliances and furniture. Many people also use environmentally friendly lights, water heaters and battery chargers. But some of the most popular products are recycled items. These include bags, paper items, plastic items and furniture.

For appliances, the best ones usually have the energy star label. These labels are placed on products that have been approved by two government agencies, and they are sure to be energy efficient for any home or building.

Other appliances, that do not have the energy star label, can still be environmentally friendly. Some of these appliances use solar energy. Solar energy is great for outdoor cooking and solar powered appliances are popular for camping, hiking and other outdoor trips.

Besides solar appliances, lights are another outdoor product that can be energy efficient. The best outdoor lights are solar powered. These lights offer convenience, environmentally friendliness and style. Such lights gather power from the sun all day and then stay illuminated all night. Just think, no more remembering to turn off the lights or setting up pesky timers again!

Outside the category of appliances, some of the most earth friendly items are recycled products. Recycled products include: bags, plastic items, paper products and furniture. Bags are one energy efficient item that has had a quick growth in popularity. Cloth bags that are made from recycled products are now used in grocery stores and other retail establishments across the globe. Though there is usually a slight fee to purchase these bags, it is worth it in the long run and many people are choosing to buy the bags.

Furniture is another useful energy efficient product. It may seem strange to think of furniture as energy efficient, but it is all in how it is made. Some of these types of furniture pieces are made with recycled metals or woods. Other types of energy saving furniture items are made in a way that conserves energy or uses a renewable energy source, like solar or wind power.

Renewable energy sources are a great way to make energy efficient items for home and business use. They offer an endless supply of power for tools and other items that are used to make furniture. Plus, they do not pollute or have any negative contributions to the environment. Such renewable energy sources are perfect for home based and commercial furniture making businesses to increase production and success for every company.

Not only can furniture be made by using renewable energy sources, but some types of furniture are also made from recycled products. Recycled wood and metals make ideal materials for furniture. These pieces of furniture make great environmentally friendly additions to any home or office and as an added bonus they can be stylish as well. As a matter of fact, some designers use recycled materials to made one-of-a-kind furniture pieces.

Anne Clarke writes numerous articles for Web sites on gardening, biking, fashion, and home decor. Her background also includes running, yoga, and tattoos. For more of her useful information on energy efficient products, visit Buy Energy Efficient .


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