Wako Takayama: Line-Dried Clothes Smell So Good

November 14, 2011

Wako Takayama loves the smell of line-dried clothes. She also likes that it’s a way to conserve energy. In this video, Wako reflects on methods she developed to increase energy conservation after moving from an apartment to a home. Her personal experiences resulted in her becoming trained as an energy efficiency consultant and volunteering in a local organization that teaches energy efficiency methods and performs audits in the community. Interestingly, for dryer usage data, tracking blank days made her happy. (Filmed at Silicon Valley QS Meetup #2.)

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