Stricter laws around white goods have been implemented in a bid for a better environmental policy. It is hoped they could save Britons £75 a year on bills and help the products last 10 years longer.
Eight mega tonnes of carbon emissions will be cut in 2021 by implementing the law, the Government says.
Business and Energy Secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, said: “Our plans to tighten product standards will ensure more of our electrical goods can be fixed rather than thrown on the scrap heap, putting more money back in the pockets of consumers while protecting the environment.
“Going forward, our upcoming energy efficiency framework will push electrical products to use even less energy and material resources, saving people money on their bills and reducing carbon emissions as we work to reach net zero by 2050.”
Climate Change Minister, Lord Callanan, said: “We can all play our part in ending our contribution to climate change, even when we’re choosing a new electrical appliance. The new energy labels we have introduced this week will help consumers make more informed decisions about how eco-friendly one smart TV or dishwasher is over another, helping us reduce our carbon footprint and build back greener.”
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She then filmed a time-lapse video on her Instagram stories showing her cleaning out her fridge.
She began by removing all the items from certain sections of her fridge.
Lynsey then cleaned that section using a sponge and her “favourite cleaning combination”.