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Poison 2

Poison 2

Of course, it’s often easier to run to the store and pick up a cleaning product, than making an effective product at home.  But with the slightest effort, the ethical consumer can reduce the level of toxicity in your home, while avoid spending money with companies that are essentially pushing toxic chemicals.
 If you insist on a packaged product, a number of non-toxic, all-natural cleaning products are available-with Seventh Generation, Ecover, and Dr. Bronner’s leading the pack.

October 13, 2007

Poison Your House by Cleaning It

Poison Your House by Cleaning It

The labels of many household cleaning products promise a lemony-fresh sparkle (or something similarly natural).  But the list of ingredients in small print reads more like a chemistry experiment.

October 13, 2007

Seventh Generation CEO Blogs Against Consumerism

Seventh Generation CEO Blogs Against Consumerism

Jeffrey Hollender, CEO of Seventh Generation, recently blogged about his experience at the Wal-Mart CEO Sustainability Summit.  He wrote, "What scares me about this fever pitch of going green is the lack of systemic understanding of the problems we face, and the risk that some of these well-intentioned solutions are likely to make things worse."

October 11, 2007

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