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Harmful Ingredients In Laundry Detergents

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An everyday activity like doing the laundry in your washing machine can have harmful effects on the health of your family. Many of the ingredient chemicals found in laundry detergents are far from healthy. In fact, many of them contain cancer-causing chemicals, as well as other harmful toxins. As a consumer, you should familiarize with some of the common terminology… Read more »

Environmental degradation and pollution

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With the increasing awareness day by day about the environmental degradation and pollution, the field of ecology has become an entirety in itself. The pace with which this stream of environmental science has progressed has invented a lot of newer terms with meanings totally unrelated to the common words. This demands the need for a dictionary that is exclusively designed… Read more »

GoGreen Farms-Tuberose Basics

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Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa) is an aromatic flower widely grown in the plains of India and blooms profusely during the summer and rains. The name reflects the fact that the plant is grown from tubers; hence, tuber-ose (and not tube-rose). Like gladioli these are tall flowers with stem length of 80 to 100 cm and spike length of 30 cm in… Read more »

It’s not easy being green – But it can be done!

How to be more environmentally friendly is a challenge facing all businesses these days, not just us in the storage industry. Below, Daniel Beer of The Store Room, whos Manchester self storage site were the winners of the Storage.co.uk Environmental Awareness Award, explains what his company has been doing to try and keep things green. Environmental assessment The Store Room… Read more »

Go Green With Credit Card

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Barclaycard are the latest company to offer a green product to its growing ethically concerned customers who want to lower their carbon footprints. They have announced that their new eco-friendly credit card will be called Breathe. To ensure its green credentials the card is made from PETG which is the greener alternative to plastic. There will also be no paper… Read more »

Green Smoke Review

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Have you thought about quitting smoking but just don’t seem to have the will power to quit cold turkey? Well, then perhaps it’s time to “go green” with Green Smoke Electronic Cigarettes instead. Any honest Green Smoke Review will tell you that this smokeless cigarette is the best compromise there is: It provides you with the nicotine you crave, while… Read more »

Science and Health Scientist Addresses Cancer Concerns Related to Atrazine

Elizabeth Whelan, President of the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) posted a great entry on ACSHs Health Facts and Fears blog on the growing attempts by activist groups to convince the EPA to ban atrazine due to cancer claims and other health concerns. Atrazine is one of the most widely used herbicides in the world. It helps farmers… Read more »

Introducing greener Hotels

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As someone who doesnt often travel I find it disconcerting to spend time in todays modern hotels. This is because I am usually shocked by the lack of any modern perspective on the environment. Dont get me wrong, I know they cannot remodel using low emission carpeting and wall paper, or purchase environmentally friendly furniture and accessories, but why so… Read more »