Sears Holdings Helps Americans Reduce Their Homes’ Carbon Footprint

Sears.com/green and Kmart.com/green provide an interactive map of the
home with room-by-room options, from the attic to the living room to the
basement, with tips for making homes more energy efficient. The Web sites
simplify the process for their customers with additional information,
including:

    --  Tips by climate zone: Provides information for making homes in the five
        climate zones more energy efficient. 


    --  Eco-friendly kids' tools and games: Kids have the chance to be
        involved in making their homes greener and learn how to avoid being a
        litterbug with an eco-checklist and kid-ready tips for being energy
        efficient.

    --  Recycling center: Compiles the must-have know-how on responsible
        disposal of appliances, batteries and paint.

   

  --  Eco-friendly products: The "Shop Green" tab on Sears.com/green provides quick access  for customers to learn more about products likeCraftsman's battery-powered lawn mowers and propane-powered line trimmers, as well as organic mattresses and ENERGY STAR-rated appliances and electronics.

 


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