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Going green will not only help protect you, your family & co-workers, but also helps to protect our environment.


Going Green at Home

The average American home contains 3-10 gallons of hazardous materials. (Source: Childrens Health Environment Coalition) Once traditional chemical cleaners are used the toxins they contain can stay suspended in the air for hours or even days after use and are easily inhaled. The chemicals also remain behind on surfaces and floors as residues which can enter the body through contact with the skin. Most of the chemicals used in todays cleaning products have not been adequately tested for their effects on human health; but many of them have been linked to allergies, chemical sensitivities, birth defects, asthma, cancer and psychological abnormalities. Going Green keeps your home cleaner and your family safer.


 

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