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Why Buy Eco-Friendly Paper Products?
Paper is one of the largest contributors to household waste. Attributed to our habits, the United States is one of the biggest paper products consumers in the world; the average American consumes close to 55 pounds of paper products every year. Canadians follow right behind with an average of just under 50 pounds and Europeans tend to average closer to 35 pounds per year. Approximately 35% of trees harvested annually are consumed by the paper industry which equates to an annual count of nearl
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Why Paper Isn't Always Better
Many consumers often think that if they use paper products over cotton and other products, that they are making more eco-friendly choices because paper is often viewed as biodegradable. Biodegradation is the chemical breakdown of materials by the environment. Organic material can be broken down with oxygen (aerobically) or without oxygen (anaerobically). Typically, materials that are biodegradable are organic in composition, such as plants, animals or products composed of materials from living
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Which is Greener: Reusable Bottles or Recyclable Bags ?
More and more baby products are becoming available to green parents. Baby bottles are some of the many products whose markets have transitioned to include a number of more eco-friendly options. Parents can now choose from a number of eco-friendly, reusable bottles to recyclable bag inserts. However, we must question which option is more sustainable. Reusable bottles are the answer, especially those that are not composed of plastic.
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Reusing Paper Products
Reusing paper products not only saves virgin trees from being harvested, but prevents the use of water and energy as well as the emission of greenhouse gases during the production of new paper products. Reusing paper products will also benefit you by allowing you to save money !
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Babycare Products Not Tested on Animals
We all want the best for our babies and we are unlikely to accept anything less than excellence in quality when it comes to baby products. Many companies, in their attempts to ensure that their products are safe for babies, practice animal testing prior to putting their products on the market. Many companies also use animal by-products in their baby products. However, consumers are becoming more and more aware of eco-friendly practices and taking part in initiatives to advocate for animals th
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Attractive and Eco-Friendly Hands and Feet
Though we use them more frequently than almost any other extremities, our hands and feet are often neglected and forgotten. A habit of washing our hands frequently to prevent illness and exposure to a harsh environment can cause extremely dry hands. Spending much of their time hidden away within your shoes, your feet can also become dry and are more prone to fungus. Once dry, skin on hands and feet can develop course, dry patches, painful cracking and is more vulnerable to suffering small cut
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