The application of self-generated switch is wise, convenient and environmental protection and emission reduction
Let’s take a look at the application of a self-generated switch, which is wise and convenient, and environmental protection and emission reduction, how is it done? And what aspects of daily life can also do environmental protection and emission reduction?
It does not require you to cut the wall wiring, nor does it use batteries, which reduces labor and material costs, saves time, saves energy, reduces emissions, and the benefits of this self-generated switch are IP67 level waterproof, anti-electrical shock, intelligent voice, and cell phone APP wireless control, easy multi-control, easy to install, easy to move, a good assistant for the realization of the smart home.
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I. How to save energy, reduce emissions and protect the environment in family life?
1. Electricity for lighting
Pay attention to turning off the lights with your hands. Use energy-efficient light bulbs. The energy department estimates that the use of energy-efficient light bulbs alone instead of traditional light bulbs can avoid 500 million tons of carbon dioxide being released.
Don’t leave what you can do during the day for the night. Do your laundry and homework before it gets dark. Early to bed and early to rise is good for health, but also environmental protection and energy saving.
2. Low-carbon cooking method
Try to save energy in the kitchen. Cooking oil produces carcinogens when heated and causes fumes that pollute the living environment. Reduce the number of fried dishes and cook more vegetables. Don’t overfill rice pots and kettles, otherwise boiling and overflowing soup will waste energy and easily extinguish the stove fire, causing gas leaks. Adjust the burning range of the fire so that it does not exceed the outer edge of the bottom of the pot to obtain the best heating effect. If the pot is small and the fire is large, the fire will burn around the bottom of the pot and consume gas for nothing.
The amount of stir-fry at home is enough to eat, not more stir-fry. When you see discarded food on the road, you can pick it up and feed it to small animals such as wild dogs, cats, and birds. Stale meals can be buried in the ground as fertilizer.
II. On the road
1. Economical cars
Energy-efficient cars produce less CO2 per kilometer. Generally speaking, the heavier a car is the more fuel it consumes and the more CO2 it produces. Large SUV cars and luxury cars emit at least twice as much CO2 compared to economical small-cylinder cars. Off-road cars have a high safety margin but are more fuel-efficient. The power transmission of automatic cars is done through hydraulics, which causes power loss in operation, especially when driving at low speed or stopping and going in traffic, and consumes more fuel.
Gasoline and diesel fuel: Environmentally friendly gasoline and diesel fuel can improve the performance of the car. It cleans the car’s engine, reduces friction in the engine, and enables the fuel to burn more fully, thus reducing air pollution.
Bio-liquid fuels: Bio-liquid fuels can potentially lead to CO2 emission reductions compared to traditional vehicle fuels. China is already the third largest producer and user of fuel ethanol in the world. Fuel ethanol is promoted and used in the motor fuel market in nine provinces across the country.
3. Travel with a plan
Plan the best route before you go.
Think carefully about your travel needs. Use public transportation as much as possible.
Have you ever thought about sharing a car with family and friends? Do you really need to fly? Maybe a conference call would save time, and money and reduce CO2 emissions.
4. Car maintenance
Do routine car care to make sure it’s in top shape. Check tire pressure and oil. Remove the roof racks and boxes when not needed, as these can reduce the car’s efficiency by more than 10%.
5. When driving
When driving, pay attention to the oil-clutch coordination and keep it at the economic speed. Tests have shown that it is 2-3 times more expensive to press the gas pedal to the end than to drive at medium speed, so it is a big no-no to brake hard and start hard while driving, and try to start smoothly.
In the queue, in traffic jams, or waiting for people, try to avoid engine idling. The fuel consumption of an engine idling for 3 minutes can make the car travel 1 km. Therefore, if the lag time is more than 1 minute, you should turn off the engine.
Third, when shopping
1. Bring your own shopping bags or re-use plastic bags for shopping
Plastic raw materials mainly from non-renewable coal, oil, natural gas, and other fossil energy, saving plastic bags is to save the earth’s energy. China’s annual plastic waste volume of more than one million tons, of “used and thrown away” plastic bags not only caused a huge waste of resources, but also a sharp increase in the amount of garbage.
2. Buy local products
Buying local products can reduce the amount of carbon dioxide produced during the transportation of products. For example, according to a report published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, in the UK, 8% of the CO2 released from cars comes from vehicles carrying non-local products.
3. Buy seasonal products
Buying seasonal fruits and vegetables can reduce the number of crops grown in greenhouses. Many greenhouses consume a lot of energy to grow non-seasonal produce.
Local food is best for local people. Other goods produced locally are easy and inexpensive to maintain and repair. Seasonal foods mature in the natural habitat that is best for the species, are the most nutritious, and have fewer additives to promote growth. Anti-seasonal food is not only expensive and less nutritious, but added pesticides, fertilizers, and accelerants are also harmful to health.
4. Reduce the purchase of meat, eggs, milk, and other animal foods
The raising of livestock consumes more than 2/3 of the arable land; livestock farming accounts for 16% of the methane produced by a man on earth. The production, packaging, transportation, and cooking of meat consumes much more energy than plant-based foods, and its contribution to triggering the Earth’s greenhouse effect accounts for up to 25% of human behavior.
5. Use fewer disposable products
Shopping malls are full of disposable products: disposable tableware, disposable toothbrushes, and disposable signature pens …… Disposable products bring transient convenience to people but bring disaster to the ecological environment. They accelerate the depletion of the earth’s resources, and a large amount of garbage produced causes environmental pollution. Take disposable chopsticks as an example, China exports about 10,000 cubic meters to Japan and South Korea every year, requiring the depletion of 10,000 square meters of forest resources.
6. Don’t fall into the trap of luxury goods
The more fashionable the goods are, the faster they are updated. Whether it is electronic products or fashionable clothes, the merchants stimulate people’s desire to buy by constantly pushing out new products. Those who pursue luxury consumption of moonlighters and car slaves, card slaves, not only waste resources but also make themselves under heavy economic shackles, whether they are rich or negative people, can only know the cold.
7. Excessive packaging
Pay attention to the purchase of products with simple packaging. This represents less energy consumed in the production process of the packaging. Reduce the waste sent to landfills, but also reduce the economic burden on consumers.
8. Benefits of using recycled materials
Products made from recycled materials generally consume less energy than products made from virgin materials. For example, using recycled steel to produce consumes 75% less energy than using new steel.
In a word, there are other ways to save energy, we need to cite a few examples to implement in all aspects of life, Ebelong self-generated switch in environmental protection and emission reduction is only one of the corners, more needs to be implemented by ourselves, cheer!