Do you use conservation measures as far as water use or electric use?
Yes, electricity. We have a monitoring meter and my husband is very good at looking at it to keep us all on track with keeping our electricity consumption low. This entails turning lights off when not needed and turning any appliances OFF, not keeping them on standby. We are not quite as good at keeping water consumption low. Living in Northern Ireland, we are not currently short of water and it is not charged for, however, we do try not to waste it.
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