- April 30th, 2014
Many people don’t give too much thought to their laundry detergent. If the smell is agreeable and it gets the stains out, what’s the issue?A look at laundry detergents that are friendly to your local watersBy Adam Swenson
- March 31st, 2014
As our perceptions of cleaning gradually change from “we must kill all germs everywhere” to “can it really be healthy to spread these chemicals on every surface in the house?” consumers have rightly shifted their attentions to green cleaning products.Getting into green cleaning? Here’s what to look forBy Adam Swenson
- March 1st, 2014
We’re all pretty well aware that the quality of our outdoor environment plays a huge role in our health, right? Though people often don’t consider it in the same light, the same could certainly be said for our indoor environment.How and why to clean greenBy Adam Swenson
- March 1st, 2012
Organic products are nothing new—yet bigger stores have at last begun to carry them on their shelves, giving consumers more access to the products that help keep us safe. That’s why actor, author, and pioneering environmentalist, Ed Begley Jr., created Begley’s Earth Responsible Products.An interview with Ed Begley Jr., about his new line of green cleaning products.
- July 29th, 2011Reduce your chemical exposure when cleaning your home.
- April 1st, 2010
You don’t have to be a mad scientist to make your own household cleaning products. Starre Vartan, author of The Eco Chick Guide to Life (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2008), and Kimberly Delaney, author of Clean Home, Green Home(Knack, 2009), share their simple cleaner recipes made from common ingredients.
By Erin Quinn