1. Choose LED light bulbs
They use 90 per cent less energy and last 50 times longer than standard bulbs. Try LED spotlights and bulbs for 25 per cent less; simply visit www.ledhut.co.uk or call 0800 458 3440 and use discount code YOURS25 at the checkout until 31st December 2014.
2. Use dryer eggs
Ecoegg Dryer Eggs reduce the time it takes to dry your wash in a tumble dryer by up to 28 per cent. The Dryer Eggs cost £9.99 from Tesco, Argos, Homebase and Lakeland. Call Ecoegg on 01622 535200 or visit www.ecoegg.com.
3. Scour the internet for free stuff
It's worth checking out community sites including ilovefreegle, Freecycle and Snaffle Up to see if there are any freebies in your area. Not only do these sites, save money - you'll also help the environment but preventing items going to landfill.
4. Try an eco-shower head
The Orbit Eco-Shower Head from Ecocamel uses an average of 74 per cent less water than standard shower heads, cutting hot water bills by up to 40 per cent. Usually costs £69.95, but is currently on offer at £49.95 (free p&p). Go to www.ecocamel.com/yours or call 0208 211 3666.
5. Pick up electrical products at a fraction of the original price
Try www.theelectrofarm.com - the company takes electrical products from local councils which people have disposed of and refurbishes them before reselling them online with a warranty. We found a Whirlpool Dishwasher for £180.
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