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Electrical Appliances

All allowed devices and appliances should be used in an energy-efficient manner following manufacturers' instructions and stated limitations. Electrical appliances should be turned off when not in use. Some electrical appliances (hot plates, heaters, etc.) pose threats to property and should generally not be used.

All new computer and peripheral equipment purchases should carry the Energy Star rating. Suggested guidelines for energy-efficient computing include turning off processors and/or monitors as often as possible and turning off printers every evening. These steps save energy and reduce heat build-up during the summer.

Any deviations from the standards above must be reviewed by FO&M.

Contact Information

Facilities Operations and Management
646-2485
HB 6111
Facilities.Operations.and.Management@dartmouth.edu

Last Updated: 10/8/08