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Europe's microwave ovens emit nearly as much CO2 as 7m cars ... The biggest impact comes from electricity used to power the microwaves, but study also highlights rising environmental cost of our throwaway culture. [...]
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New Orleans area homeowners deal with broken pipes, long waits At 11 a.m., Larry Price of Noel's Plumbing dropped some cardboard to the ground behind a rental unit on Cleveland Avenue and slithered under the house through an opening not much bigger than a cheap microwave oven . “That's not bad at all,” he said. “We [...]
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Le Creuset Introduces Complete Tableware Collection The collection includes an 11.5-inch dinner plate, 10.5-inch dinner plate, 8.5-inch salad plate, 22-ounce soup bowl, 8.5-inch pasta bowl, 9.75-inch pasta bowl and a 12-ounce mug. The plates feature a recessed base to contain liquids and the line [...]
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Practical Pot Watcher: Kitchen changes can lead to unexpected adventures As is often the case with newfangled gadgets, the passing of time brought affordability. Eventually, lower prices combined with an unusually hot summer (even for Florida) and the kitchen in our apartment was a tiny, heat-holding space. Finally, we knew [...]
By Ela Schwartz Most of us take our microwave ovens for granted. Yet these little workhorses of the kitchen are actually high-tech marvels that use powerful electromagnetic waves to heat up food quickly and easily. Microwave ovens offer an unbeatable bang for the buck: A basic microwave oven costs around $100 and will keep nuking for seven to 10 years without a glitch.So how do you tell when it's time to replace your microwave oven? The guide below will help you determine which problems...
Boost for ‘Make in India’: analysts New Delhi, Nov 15: To curb surging imports of electronic items such as mobile phones and TV sets, the Finance Ministry on Friday increased the basic Customs duty on a host of products, which makes them more expensive. The move will also give a boost to the ‘Make in India’ programme. According to the notification, the Customs duty on mobile phones has been hiked to 15 per cent. The duty on TV sets and microwaves has been doubled to 20 per cent...
A completely imported TV will incur basic Customs duty of 20 per cent when compared to a domestically manufactured television.Photo:PTI Customers will have to shell out more to buy television sets, microwave, LED lamps and some other electronic items after the government last week hiked import duty on such items to drive up local manufacturing.According to the government notification, Customs duty on television set has been raised to 20 per cent while on imported smartphones, the duty has...
© Provided by Forbes Media LLCRepeat after in me. Food in a microwave, can be good. Head in a microwave, not good. (Photo: Shutterstock)Here’s some advice to stay healthy during the holidays. Watch what you eat. Get plenty of exercise. Wash your hands thoroughly and frequently. And, oh, don’t cement your head in a microwave oven.Apparently, Jay Swingler didn’t get that last message. The 22-year old English man who runs the TGFbro YouTube channel decided that he would put his head inside...