FRUITA 8/9 IS AN ENERGY STAR SCHOOL AND THE 2011 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT, CORE COLORADO SUSTAINABILITY CHAMPION
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Summer is almost here, and that means swimming! My family owns a pool. It would take a lot of energy to heat the pool in our backyard. Luckily, we have the sun to do that job for us. It saves us a lot of energy and money. Even if you do not have a pool, you can still use the sun during the summer. Saving energy can occur when you keep the windows open to let in cool air, or hot air, depending on the temperature inside and out.