The United States is the largest energy consumer in terms of total use, using 100 quadrillion BTUs (105 exajoules, or 29 PWh) in 2005. This is three times the consumption by the United States in 1950. As of 2007, the United State is second only to China in annual CO2 emissions accounting for 19.91% of global emissions. In recent years the emphasis placed on green living and efficient technology has grown. Fueled by the necessity to become more energy independent and reduce the impact of global warming new and innovative products have become more commercially available.
Ecosmart is at the forefront of tankless technology making it more practical and cost effective for consumers to make the switch to On Demand heating. There is no escaping the fact that this requires a re-education on how we use hot water, but that is a small commitment compared to the benefits associated with energy savings and water consumption. As part of that education effort Ecosmart is available to answer any questions you may have regarding tankless water heating.
It is estimated that 7.3 million traditional tank water heaters are disposed into landfills each year in the United States. The environmental impact of this is rarely considered when choosing a hot water heater. Because of tank's relatively low life span and their size they produce a lot of waste. With Ecosmart's limited lifetime warranty it can be the last water heater you'll ever have to buy, thus reducing the impact of water heater disposal in land fills.
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There is a direct relationship between hot water consumption and electrical usage. Ecosmart recommends everyone using an electric tankless water heater also use a water saver shower head. You can reduce the flow of water without sacrificing pressure and take further of advantages of the saving associated with tankless water heating.