No Place for Waste.

Bringing the best of our brands’ content to help you and your family improve life at home, sustainably.

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From growing your creativity in the kitchen to planning meals, grocery shopping, and cooking, find your inspiration here.

Organized laundry room with Swash detergent

Reduce waste and overspending by organizing and maintaining a clean home for maximum efficiency.

girl in garden with green bean

Small changes can lead to big impact on your family’s carbon footprint when everyone gets involved.

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Make the most of each and every season with ideas to get the most of spring, summer, winter and fall.

Why sustainable lifestyles are more important than ever.

Sustainability isn’t a new trend. In fact, Whirlpool Corporation became the first home appliance manufacturer to establish an office of environmental control in 1970 and has been leading sustainable initiatives for 51 years. But today more than ever, we’ve formalized our commitments with no place for waste.

We know that sustainable living is not something we “should” do. It’s something we must do in order to improve life in our homes and communities across the world. The negative effects of climate change continue to increase, and we each carry the responsiblity of creating a better future for those who follow us.

To help you make environmentally-friendly choices, we’ve curated easy-to-implement tips and ideas to help you and your family reduce waste, save energy and water, and create a more sustainable lifestyle. Even small changes can reduce your carbon footprint!

Average refrigerators built today use

%

less energy than those built in 1980, and capacity increased 20%

Today’s average refrigerators use less energy than a

watt light bulb

Most of our dishwashers save over

gallons of water each year vs. hand washing your dishes*

Average clothes washers today use 80% less energy and

%

less water than those built in 1992, and capacity increased by 53%

*Based on favorable water and energy use comparison of KitchenAid Model No. KDTM354ESS, which was compared to manual handwashing among 40 study subjects using conditions and assumptions set forth in Gabriela Y Porras et al 2020 Environ. Res. Commun. 2 021004. Assumes 215 cycles / year.

Making the most of your home.

Most families want to make eco-friendly choices such as reduce food waste and live healthier, but don’t know where to start.

To help you do that, we’ve curated helpful tips and encouragement from our portfolio of brands, products, and experts, and brought them together in this online hub.

Because no matter what, we’re with you along the way. Our appliances help keep real lives running.