ON THE LINE

Sustainability has remodeled cars and made solar panels sexy. But its most amazing feat yet may be its latest bringing back the clothesline. Once a symbol of the drab and downtrodden, clotheslines have gotten considerable attention recently for being light on the wallet, and the planet. People who use them forgo the $100 in yearly energy costs and 2,224 pounds of carbon-dioxide emissions that come

Sustainability has remodeled cars and made solar panels sexy. But its most amazing feat yet may be its latest — bringing back the clothesline.

Once a symbol of the drab and downtrodden, clotheslines have gotten considerable attention recently for being light on the wallet, and the planet. People who use them forgo the $100 in yearly energy costs and 2,224 pounds of carbon-dioxide emissions that come with running the average dryer, according to figures from the Association of Home Appl

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