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Green Alternatives

This page details green alternatives to common household products.  They are chemical-free, not tested on animals and made of natural ingredients.

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Shea Moisture

 

All of their products are chemical free and formulated from all natural ingredients, many of them organic.  The purchase of their products empowers disadvantaged women.  All of the products are also sustainably produced and ethically traded.  They are not tested on animals.  I personally use the lotions for my baby and on myself.  I also use their soaps and I have found them all to work awesome and smell awesome too.  I look forward to trying more of them :)  They make shampoo. conditioners, soaps, body wash, lotions, skin creams/care, and more.  Click here to visit their website.

Ology


 

  Ology is a brand by Walgreens that can be found at Walgreens.  They make lotions, household cleaners, laundry detergent, toliet paper, and more. They do NOT conduct animal tests and all of their products are made without the use of harmful chemicals.

My favorite product by them is their 100% tree free toliet paper and paper towels

"Made from readily renewable sugarcane husk & bamboo, Whitened with H2O2, a non-chlorine based bleach, Septic safe & biodegradable.

Traditional paper is made from trees that take up to 35 years to replace.  Our biodegradable bath tissue is made from readily available sugarcane husk that would otherwise be disposed, and quickly-growing bamboo that regenerates in as little as six months."

EcoNuts


 

  EcoNuts are made from soap berries that naturally remove odors, are a natural soap, are anti-bacterial, etc.  I have used them and found them to be very effective.  Made from organic eco nuts.  The liquid detergents also contain food grade preservatives and vegetable glycerin.  The preservatives have a comparable toxicity to table salt (so not much).  The most natural way I have found that is convenient, makes my clothes smell clean, and contains no chemicals.  You can also buy the nuts themselves and use them to wash clothes (I also use in the dishwasher).  It also makes your clothes super soft.  Saponin in the eco nuts (occurs naturally) is what does all the cleaning! Shown to the left are two eco nut products.  Click on them to be directed to amazon.  

Tom's of Maine

 

Tom's of Maine produces deodorant, toothpaste, antiperspirant, mouthwash and other products.  All their products are free from artificial colours, flavours, fragrances and preservatives.  All their products are vegan.  They donate 10% of their profits to charity.  Their factory runs on renewable energy.   Click here to visit their website.

Seventh Generation

They produce hand soap, botanical disinfectants, surface cleaners, dishwasher detergents, paper towels, napkins, trash bags, tissues, toilet paper, bathroom cleaners, laundry detergents, fabric softeners, stain removers, baby wipes, diapers, baby cleaning products, and other products.  They use renewable palm oil in their products.  The products do not contain chlorine or any animal ingredients.  The company does not test on animals.  Click here to visit their website.

Green Beaver

 
This Canadian company produces shampoo, hair conditioner, sunscreen, body lotion, hand soap, deodorant and toothpaste.  Their products are environmentally friendly, safe and natural. Their ingredients are plant-based, certified organic and biodegradable.  The containers are recyclable.  The products do not contain petroleum, artificial, chemical or synthetic ingredients.  Most of their products are vegan, except for a few that contain beeswax.  They do not test on animals.
 
Green Beaver products are sold in stores throughout Canada.  People in other countries can order them online. 
 

Biokleen


 

Biokleen make household laundry detergent, dishwasher liquid and powder and various other types of detergent.

Their products do not contain chlorine, allergens, synthetic fragrances and artificial dyes.

The products are shipped in recyclable packaging.

The products are vegan.  They are not tested an animals.

 Click here to visit their website.

Forest Stewardship Councel


 The FSC is an organization that promotes the sustainable use of the world's forest.  They certify environmentally-friendly products  with the logo to the left.

Click here to visit their website. 

EPEAT

EPEAT is a comprehensive environmental rating that helps identify greener computers and other electronic equipment.  The EPEAT system was conceived and developed through the collaboration of stakeholders from the business, advocacy, government and academic arenas.  EPEAT is used by hundreds of companies, universities and government agencies in dozens of countries.  Its rigorous requirements and serchable product database let buyers bypass marketing hype and confusing specifications.  For participating manufacturers, EPEAT is a chance to showcase and validate greener designs and cleaner production.  EPEAT is a powerful tool for enhancing the sustainability performance of virtually any organization.  Click here to visit their website.

Empty Inkjet Cartridges


This company's inkjets cost up to 80% less than the original and perform just as well. The products also help save the planet: the vast majority of the products the company sells are recycled to the highest standards.  They help reduce the pressure on landfill sites whilst saving natural resources.  IJT Direct serves more than 250,000 customers and sells more than three million inkjet and cartridges per year.  Click here to visit their website.

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