With so many people interested in going green and saving money nowdays, there are some interesting products on the market. Many of these products proclaim they are green but then when you investigate the manufacturing process you find that the product itself may be contributing to the decline of the environment through CO2 production, use of non sustainable materials, runoff production etc. Where do you turn for reliable sources? Well, after reading many articles, online and in magazines, I realized that the individual has to make the choice to investigate themselves or use a service that does the investigating for you. Simply trusting the manufacturer of the product is NOT a good idea. Neither is trusting government information (did anyone see that O'bama's "green" advisor told him that if we all painted our roof white it would reduce the temperature......I hope this is just a rumor but it was in the news......I really hope our leadership is more intelligent than to believe something so asinine). Anyway, I found that your best bet is to use some common sense (that article in particular was pretty stupid, and a 5th grade neighbor kid told me he couldn't believe adults were that ignorant) and use one of the independent companies that do NOT depend on a product of their own to supply you with the "solution". Most people realize that there is no ONE solution. Taking small steps toward using green products in your home can help you become more aware. By the way, most of the truly green products are NOT found in your supermarket. Green products are generally locally produced and sold (remember that being green in transporting the product is also a factor). So find yourself a local eco consultant (use your search engine) and ask their advice or read their local column in your forum section or newspaper or attend one of their workshops. That will help you get a good grasp of where you are going and what you need to look for to make your product selection better for you, your family, your long term budget, and the environment all in one!
by Ethel Smith 7 years ago
What are the best "green" products for home cleaning?
by Bamboo Frog 8 years ago
A recent article about green products says bamboo is the new plastic. What do you think?Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world and is already used extensively for home and building products in Japan and Asia.
by FaveAndRave 8 years ago
When they say GREEN wat does it mean? Does it mean the old nasty smelling simple green cleaner? NO...it means earth friendly. I have tried alot of the new green products and let me say some of them even work better. Why not give them a try save the earth and clean your house.
by sid_candid 6 years ago
I need 20 title topics related to "go green" or "living green." The titles need not be keyword rich but just need to be useful and interesting. Can you suggest me a few such title topics for articles.
by Frank Apablaza 2 years ago
Hi Hubbers,I'm brand new to HubPages. I wrote for Examiner.com about Baby/Toddler products for a few years. HubPages is definitely a new format for me and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Best...
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