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Sustainable Living

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Sustainability is part of our ecosystem.

We support a circular economy through our commitment to reducing waste via our repair services, trade-in promotions and extensive recycling programs.

Our repair services keep products in your home and out of our landfills.

When you’re ready to upgrade, we can take your old tech and keep it out of landfills.

We accept all kinds of tech for recycling, no matter how old, how big, or where you bought it.
Discover what Best Buy is doing to create a more sustainable future for our communities.

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Striving for sustainable living.

Get to know the best practices for green living.

If you’re interested in eco-friendly living, you may wonder whether conserving resources is the same as lowering your carbon footprint. While they are closely intertwined, lowering your carbon footprint is about reducing the amount of pollution you release into the atmosphere, and resource conservation is the practice of reducing the amount of resources you use, such as fuel or water. Resource conservation relates to all aspects of life: how you heat and cool your home, how you manage food stores so that they don’t spoil before you eat them, and how you reuse or recycle goods once you are done with them.

Conserving resources is a multifaceted activity. For instance, you will cut back on the amount of energy you use while doing laundry by buying a smart washer and dryer, and you will have an even more significant impact when you dry laundry on the line on sunny days

In the kitchen, you can help yourself avoid food waste by buying a smart fridge that tracks what foods you need to eat soon. But you should weigh green appliance upgrades in multiple ways because you don’t want to trash older appliances that are performing well. If you do upgrade to green products, make sure your old appliance gets a second life in another home. Remember, the three parts of energy conservation are listed in order of priority: reduce, reuse and recycle.

Eco-friendly choices that can make a big difference.

Choosing sustainable products for your home can have a big impact on the environment. One significant effect you can have is through your thermostat choice. A smart thermostat set to “eco-mode” can keep your house at a temperature that makes the most efficient use of energy while ensuring you don’t freeze or boil. You can have a similar conservation effect on your electricity use and energy bill by installing smart lighting bulbs. But don’t stop there. Embrace a sustainable lifestyle by switching to reusable shopping bags instead of plastic ones, carrying a reusable water bottle, and saving water by taking shorter showers and installing low-flow showerheads.

Choosing environmentally friendly products is just the beginning. Changing your commuting routine can have a huge impact on your resource usage. Switching to working from home a few days a week or combining an eBike ride with public transit will make a big dent in your gasoline usage.

Green living is about thinking holistically about how your life choices can support sustainability. When large and small appliances break, finding the right appliance and device repair service can save you money and reduce the resources you use to get things up and running again. If, however, you opt to purchase a new replacement, you can still conserve resources by trading in your old appliance or device instead of trashing it. Sustainable living will protect the planet for future generations.