CONSERVATION: A Kilowatt Counter's Guide to Saving

At a time when kilowatt counting may pass calorie counting as a favored American preoccupation, and the Emergency Energy Bill calls for a 25% cutback in power use, many people are wondering what they can do to help preserve the nation's energy, and save themselves some money. In fact, they can do much on the road and at home. Some guides:

THE CAR

Simply by keeping his auto tires properly inflated to reduce friction, a driver can save as much as 50 gal. of gas per year. Still another 75 gal. can be saved...

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