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    1. historygradguy (jobhunting) 36 months ago | reply

      I wonder how much energy printing up that notice used

    2. Sue from Ontario 36 months ago | reply

      good news,a way to save.

    3. GreenInterlink 36 months ago | reply

      lets see the clock probably is old-school active matrix?
      so... perhaps less than one watt.

      Printed on a laser printer?
      Printer "Warms up"s 1200 Watts for what 2 to 4 minutes (depending on age)
      Print spoil: 30 seconds? 1500 watts for 30 seconds

      cost, "clock" costs less than 2 pennies if the rate is 11 cents/watt hour ( Wisconsin? little bit more maybe).
      Warm up can be 4 minutes, so about 2 dollars, to 5 dollars to print it? Not to mention the toner, the paper (deforestation) the pin (metal from mining) (plastic from petroleum)

      ROYALTIES??? COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT! USING GE LOGO WITHOUT EXPRESSED WRITTEN CONSENT!

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