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Improving Life at Home

Whirlpool Corporation is fiercely committed to helping our consumers improve their lives at home through the use of our products. We design our products with our consumers in mind—including innovative features that save time, reduce costs and lower their environmental impact. The products we manufacture today use considerably less energy and less water than the products we manufactured years ago.

For example, assuming every US household had a 20-year-old appliance and replaced it with a similar new product, that would reduce emissions equivalent to:1

Dishwashers CO2 emissions from over
5.8 million homes’ energy use
for one year

washers GHG emissions from over 3.1 million gasoline-powered passenger vehicles driven for one year

Refrigerators Emissions avoided by running approximately 700 wind turbines for a year

1 Based on AHAM 2021 Energy Efficiency and Consumption Trends report data and US total household size in 2020.

The average clothes washers built today use nearly 78% less energy than those built in 1992, while their capacity has increased by 60%.2

2 Per Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) Clothes Washers Energy Efficiency and Consumption Report.

Heatpump dryers can reduce energy use by at least 28%3 compared to standard dryers and dry laundry at low temperatures, so they are gentler on clothes.


Over 97% of all Whirlpool manufactured refrigerators globally have transitioned to climate-friendly, low global warming potential refrigerants and blowing agents as of 2022.

Our certified refurbished program for KitchenAid stand mixers ensures our products will perform like new while avoiding waste and reusing as many high-quality parts as possible.

Most Whirlpool Corp. dishwashers are 3 to 4 times more water-efficient than handwashing, saving over 2,500 gallons of water per home per year.4

4 Based on favorable water and energy use comparison against 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.