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Lakhdeep Panesar, aged ten, from Wolverhampton, said: "We need to turn off power because of the climate and weather and how it destroys the planet.
While residents were aware of the impending shut-offs last summer, complaints were later made over the selection process used in determining which ones to turn off.
When you can't turn off network computers, setting monitors and computers to low-power mode can save you $10 to $30 per monitor annually and $15 to $45 per desktop computer annually.
Mason Jennings: ``I hate when I have to turn off a record because I don't have time to listen to the whole thing -- so I decided to make an album that can be easily digested in one sitting.
This is a serious turn off to 30 percent of shoppers in all age categories and somewhat of a turn off to another 20 percent for a total turn off of 50 percent.
Turn off unneeded services that give other people access.
If a toilet overflows in a resident's bathroom, for example, staff knows where to turn off the water.
Customers should not turn off their gas supply at the main meter.
A good way to clean up your handset is delete photos, videos and music files or even turn off Siri.
MUSIC FROM SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK TO BE RELEASED JUNE 14th ON INTERSCOPE RECORDS
Never turn off the master disconnect switch key or the ignition switch before setting the throttle to OFF.
In an office suite, it's a little more difficult, because you can't turn off your fax machines,'' said Beverly Berman, a property manager with the commercial real estate company Silagi Development and Management in Thousand Oaks.