Whirlpool Washer Cuts Bills with Star Status
Whirlpool's new Resource Saver Wash System received Energy Star status with its introduction. As the first top-loading washer to wear both the Energy Star and the Good Housekeeping Seal, the Resource Saver ($599 SRP) cleans using a spray rinse technology that reduces water usage by 47 percent, saving up to $40 annually on the water bill. The system has six fresh-water spray rinses to eliminate detergent residue. The washer saves up to 56 percent of the energy used by conventional washers, for a $50 annual savings on the electric bill, with the AccuWash Sensor to control the temperature of incoming wash water. The Resource Saver is available now nationally, with emphasis on markets that offer utility rebates for Energy Star appliances or in areas trying to conserve water. Call (800) 321-7613.
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