Sub-Woofers how to power down

Before I used to own a Yamaha receiver and I plugged in my sub into it so when I powered down the unit the sub would shut down too!

Now with my new Marantz AV receiver SR5010 there is no power plug in the back.

How do you guys power down your sub? Separately? Unplug it? Looking for a short hand and ease of use.
Most modern subs have an auto-sensing circuit built in so after a few minutes with no signal they will go into standby mode. While this isn't exactly "off", it should be close enough.
I leave my sub on all the time. It has a Class D amplifier that consumes very little power. I turn it off when I go away on vacation.
I have a couple of RELs (older "Q" series) and they supposedly hibernate (using very little juice) when no signal is present.
I agree with both of the above replies... leaving a self powered sub on all the time is completely fine. Both my REL Stadiums have been, [aside from a few severe storms or hurricanes when turned off for precautionary reasons only], left on for the past 10+ years and have been trouble free and perfectly performing. FWIW my entire predominantly tube based system does too... Not only does it sound better but it saves each component from those relatively gruelling turn on procedures.. that is pressing the power switch, yikes!!!! (No, I'm NOT being facetious).
I turn everything else off because it gives me the right to self righteously declare others who don't to be Destroyers of the Earth.
I know how u feel "Destroyers of the Earth" is a tough nameplate to carry so I am always compensating for my hi fi indiscretions by being especially conscientious in most other aspects of my relationship with Mother Earth...