Doing a small load of laundry does not, in and of itself, use up more energy. The problem lies in the fact that if you do small loads, you will have to do several more loads than if you did just one large load. For instance, if you only fill half the washer’s capacity, you will need to wash two loads, instead of just one full washer load. You use 2 to 3 times more energy washing small loads than doing large loads at your washer’s capacity.
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