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    Average Utility Bills

    Tips
    You pay an average of $2,200 per year for your utilities. $1,200 of that money is for electricity alone. Just where else is your money going?

    Recycling Statistics

    Tips
    Every year, more than 250 million tons of trash is discarded. Americans don't quite recycle as much as we could, either. There is still about a 15% deficit.
    Infographics: Energy Cost

    How to Save Money on Electric Bill

    By Leah Norris - Tips
    Are you paying too much for utilities? Here are 14 small habits to get into and changes you can make to your home to cut down on the utility costs.

    US Energy Consumption Statistics

    By Kelly Teh - Tips
    With Punxsutawney Phil predicting six more weeks of winter and the rising costs of energy, we've put together a new infographic to help consumers save money on their electricity bill.

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