The regulators get this; their energy rating system isn't as dumb as America's, which will give an Energy Star rating to a forty cubic footer insulated with baby seal fur as long as it is 20% more efficient than the standard offerings. Their standard takes actual energy consumption, capacity and noise levels into account. This one gets an A rating.
Forget buying bottled water. The 60 cm wide Electrolux Brita fridge freezer not only preserves your food beautifully, it also offers an endless supply of delicious, chilled filtered tap water with no odours and unpleasant tastes. The easy availability and fun factor of dispensing a drink will also help encourage children to drink more water instead of sugary drinks. And there are environmental benefits too as it reduces wasteful use of glass and plastic. It is also far cheaper than bottled water.
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