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Fantastic, Safe, USDA Organic, Bacteria Killing, Cleaning Product: Greenology About to Hit the Shelves

I just had to pass on this information about a truly great safe, non-toxic, USDA certified organic, effective, new product, Greenology, http://greenologyproducts.com.

What makes them special?

“We make kill claims. There is no ORGANIC cleaner that we are aware of in the marketplace that is making kill claims. Many of the “safe” cleaners work “decently,” but they do NOT kill or remove microorganisms.”

“Our promise toward maintaining a sustainable environment means that we will, whenever possible, eliminate any risk of ecological erosion. This includes using organically grown ingredients, ensuring biodegradability, using recycled packaging and creating smaller packaging footprints, as often as possible.”

On store shelves in early Feb at Whole Foods and The Fresh Market and at Lowe’s in March.

Organic Glass CleanerOrganic Kitchen CleanerOrganic Bathroom CleanerOrganic All purpose cleaner


About Heather

My name is Heather Ferris. I am the founder and creator of Nurture Nature Project! I believe together we can re-imagine the future and re-create systems to support the sustainable regeneration of healthy life on our planet. Listening to your own heart and living from your inner truth is the first step to building a better world. Every person has something important to offer.


2 thoughts on “Fantastic, Safe, USDA Organic, Bacteria Killing, Cleaning Product: Greenology About to Hit the Shelves

  1. I’m curious about the Seventh Generation brand. As it’s a local company for me living in VT, I like to support them, but why isn’t the brand on your list of good cleaning products? Are they not as good as they purport to be? Any info would be appreciated.

    Posted by Susannah | January 20, 2009, 10:03 am
    • Seventh Generation is an amazing company. Their products are safe and effective. The cleaning products I have listed in this post and the last are actually USDA certified organic, which places them one step further by green standards. However, the USDA certified organic products such as Dr. Bronners do-everything liquid castille soaps, do not and cannot offer the variety of cleanser types that Seventh Generation, Ecover and Ecos offer. The most eco-friendly, of course, are the cleaners you make at home with ingredients such as vinegar, baking soda, borax, etc. (http://www.heatherferris.net/homemadecleaners.html)

      Posted by Heather | February 6, 2009, 3:36 pm

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