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Solar Pool Cleaner Cuts Energy Use by 2/3

Swimming pools are not, generally, the most environmentally friendly item you'll find. Lots of chemicals to clean them, the electricity to keep the pumps running, all the energy to heat them, all the water used up to fill them ... all in all, not the most climate friendly lifestyle choice.

But options are growing to levitra canadian pharmacy cut your pool's carbon footprint. Solar pool heating systems have been around for awhile and pay for themselves quickly through reduced fuel use. Now, another solar device is coming on wow)) cialis 20mg the market, the Solar Breeze solar-powered pool robotic skimmer.

The Solar-Breeze provides pool filtering and chemical management. It eliminates the need for swimming pool pumps, which can mean a drop of levitra online canada perhaps two-thirds in annual operating costs through stopping that pull from the electrical grid and replacing it with free sunpower. In addition, the manufacturer claims that chlorine usage can be cut by one-third using a Solar Breeze.

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A Step in the right direction.....
written by Andy, December 17, 2007
Good to see the technologies are coming out of the woodwork.

Give the whole Green issues 5-10 years and we will, I predict, see a very different planet.
Change! Its Coming Soon To You!
written by Uncle B, August 07, 2009
This winter, when fuel prices skyrocket, and food prices follow suit, Pools will be a great asset for aquaculture! Produce fres fish, make some cash, and sell the sludge to a fertilizer composter, Who knows, with veggie sales in the spring, this may become a new "Cottage Industry" right along side raising venison on freeway greens and planting lawns to potatoes, of even "pot" if California has their way! America! Land of Great Change!

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