April is Earth Month, and many of us are paying a little closer attention to our impact on the environment.
Best Buy assorts a wide variety of products that can help you live more sustainably. That means tech that helps you save energy, use less water and reduce waste.
Living more sustainably doesn’t have to mean changing your entire lifestyle. Just a few small adjustments can make a big difference.
Here are some examples of products that can help you do that.
Grow fresh herbs and vegetables year-round with this countertop in-home garden system. Energy-efficient LED lights give your plants the sunlight they need to grow. And the built-in sensors even alert you when it’s time to add water or the patented liquid plant food.
This mighty machine turns kitchen scraps into soil fertilizer (AKA compost) in just four to eight hours. It fits right on your counter and can help reduce food waste volume by up to 90%. Don’t worry about pesky odors, the Vitamix includes odor eliminating carbon filters.
Cut down on your water consumption by installing a dual-flow faucet nozzle. This model features spray and mist modes that can save a whopping 98% of water usage from the tap. It’s easy to install and includes adapters to fit all common tap sizes.
Switch to a cleaner commute by riding a moped-style electric bike. Convenient and easy to use, it has a top speed of 20 miles per hour. The newly designed battery lets you take longer journeys, with a range of up to 52 miles on a single charge.
Growing in popularity in the U.S., bidets are changing consumers’ cleansing habits and cutting down on toilet paper usage. Americans use approximately 34 million rolls of toilet paper per day, and it takes about 37 gallons of water to make a single roll. This bidet easily attaches to most toilet seats and even gives off a soft light for late-night bathroom visits.
For more products that can help decrease your impact on the Earth, check out our Sustainable Living category on BestBuy.com.
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