The cleaning aisle, with its florescent lighting and bright packaging promising to ‘work hard, so you don’t have to’ has caught many a spring cleaner in its clutches. Harsh chemicals, wasted packaging, and expensive—the list of cons for these products goes on and on. It seems the only escape is to buy those new ‘green’ products that cost a small fortune… Or is it?
What does the phrase “eco friendly” mean? Well, loosely defined it infers a lack of harm to the environment, either in terms of production, origin, use, material or disposal. When a product, practice or item is referred to as eco friendly, its impact on the natural world – or its footprint – should be minimal, especially when compared to […]