It is estimated that industrial worker uses 8,800 gallons of water annually, solely through hand washing alone. A 75-person manufacturing facility could fill an Olympic size pool with their annual hand washing waste water!
"Driven by scientific research, governments and businesses are working hard to reduce impact and invent cost effective solutions for a happier, healthier planet."
Growing baby fish, in this particular case, Perch larvae, have been found to prefer “polystyrene”, a common plastic, over natural foods.
Let your customers know that your company cares about the environment, and the future. Learn more...
The concept of "cleansing hands" emerged in the 19th century.
Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis (1846) observed a significant reduction of infections as midwives cleaned their hands before and after dealing with patients.
The Center for Disease Control & Prevention says "...hand hygiene is one of the most important tools to preserve public health."
Encourage your employees and customers to wash their hands regularly to prevent sickness.
Consumers have a right to learn about the devastating impact microbeads have on the local ecosystem.
Many governments have banned the use of microbead products.
The average person may not be aware of microbeads when purchasing cleaning products. Read more...
Antibacterial or antimicrobial soaps, have additional contents that are not found in regular soap.
These added chemicals are intended to reduce bacterial infection and spreading of germs.
However, most of these ingredients (ie. Triclosan) are harmful to the environment and human health.
The most effective way to reduce chemical reactions on the skin, and increase workplace safety as well as productivity, is to eliminate all unnecessary chemical based irritants, and increase awareness for those affected by over-exposure.