I understand the argument for that but ultimately, what is the true cost of energy consumption from a vacuum cleaner? As far as household appliances go, vacuum cleaners are fairly innocuous for energy use and I think a better household results. There are energy star vacuums and they are becoming increasingly more efficient. Though one can sweep and mop floors, rugs get particles that vacuums make easier to get. In the end, I think the peace of mind and quality of life from having a clean living space is worth the sacrifice of the energy and ultimately, we can hopefully develop self-charging vacuums and other appliances.
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