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Tips On Choosing Green Products

With so many green cleaning products on the market these days, how do you know which ones are truly green? Here are some recommendations on what to look for when choosing green cleaners:

  • Is the product certified by Green Seal® or The Environmental Choice Program?
    In the U.S. and Canada, Green Seal® is highly regarded in the industry and provides science-based environmental certification standards for green cleaning products.
  • Is the product non-toxic?
    Look for products that are non-toxic to humans and aquatic life.
  • Is the product biodegradable?
    Biodegradable means that it can be broken down by microbial action. The longer it takes to break down, the more harmful it is to the environment. Check the label to see if it says the product is biodegradable.
  • Is the product concentrated or is it ready-to-use?
    Ready-to-use cleaners are composed of 90% water, which means extra energy and packaging went into making this product. And extra packaging means extra solid waste ending up in our landfills. Concentrated products however, use very little water and less packaging, which is more environmentally friendly. It also cuts down on weight, which means less cost associated with the fuel needed to transport product to its final destination.
  • Does the product work in cold water?
    Using cold water saves energy, instead of using hot water to dilute the chemical, which uses more energy.
  • Does the product contain chlorine bleach?
    The wastewater after using a product containing chlorine bleach can react with other chemicals, which can be toxic. (The words chlorine bleach or sodium hypochlorite will be on the label.)
  • Is the product derived from petroleum?
    Petroleum-based solvents are made from non-renewable resources, they are flammable, and can be toxic when inhaled. It's better to use solvents derived from pine oil or citrus because they're considered renewable resources.
  • Is the product an aerosol?
    Aerosol bottles can be dangerous if punctured, as they may produce an uncontrolled spray, which can put you at risk of exposure.
  • Is the product neutral in PH?
    Neutral pH products are safer for the environment and end user. Acidic or alkaline products can burn if accidentally spilled on your skin. A pH of 7.0 is considered neutral.
  • EDTA and NTA.
    Avoid purchasing products that contain these ingredients. Instead look for alternatives such as sodium citrate, sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonate or sodium silicate.
  • VOC Concentrations.
    Look for products that have a VOC concentration of no more than 10% of the weight of the product when diluted for use as directed.
  • Is the packaging made from recycled products?
    Look for containers and cardboard boxes that are made from "postconsumer" materials.