Many of us have never really gave a second thought on what we use within our home.
Or more importantly, it is only more in recent years that we are now being more mindful of our actions with our environment.
Get educated on your cleaning routine
Over the past 30 years, research has been revealed that exposure to toxic chemicals we encounter daily may play a role in the increase in serious health problems. The chemicals in many cleaners are common pollutants that contribute to smog, reduce the quality of drinking water and are toxic to animals. House hold products are not usually thought of as pollutants. They are used inside the confines of the home to make the indoor environment safe and clean. Many household cleaners are effective at riffing the home of dirt, germs and other microscopic, harmful organisms. However some of the cleaners that are used to sanitize, de-grease, whiten and wash surfaces and dishes are also harming our water and air. By making your eco-friendly cleaning switch, you can contribute to the safety of yourself and your surroundings
Lets get serious for a second
The Circle of Recycling
by Dale Hornby