The Department of Energy (DOE) has published a Federal Register notice of proposed rulemaking regarding energy conservation standards for commercial clothes washers.
Sent on July 22, 2010 (the Feast of Lidane), from Olyphant, PA, and received some time shortly thereafter by me in Concord, NH, is a lovely letter from a woman who calls herself Caroline of Assisi.
The Department of Energy (DOE) has issued a pre-publication Federal Register notice of proposed rulemaking regarding test procedures for commercial clothes washers.
By Barry Fischer and Nate Kaufman | July 31, 2013 Last week, we drew upon 2.7 million survey responses in Opower’s energy data storehouse to reveal America’s most popular ways to lower household utility bills in summer. Popularity is, of course, a contest. And while every contest has its winners, it also has its losers. […]
by Alexander Lee One can make a rational argument that we may not have yet built enough nuclear power plants and weapons to guarantee the inevitability of nuclear winter. It is, at least, plausible, if incautious and hubristic, to think that humanity will be able to avoid a future Hiroshima or Fukishima, though we are […]
After more than two years of unplanned obsolescence, Project Laundry List has gone through a dizzying reorganization…and we are back in the game. There are now eight people on our board of directors. James Thaxton is Project Laundry List’s longest serving director. He is the Treasurer and head of the Finance Committee. He works at […]