#206 – WowGreen environmentally friendly cleaning products

In keeping with the green theme of the expo, this exhibitor had a nice selection of enzyme based environmentally friendly household cleaning chemicals. Definitely worth a look.

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  1. #1 by justruse at October 11th, 2009

    If u know a local waste veg oil Home BioDiesel producer the Glycerin waste product from the process makes Excellent cleaner~degreaser.. Once the excess Methanol has been removed its totally safe.. All Reputable producers Reclaim the methanol..

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  2. #2 by Pvtjamesryan2 at October 11th, 2009

    Are the chemicals effective?

    Who cares if they’re “environmentally friendly chemicals”. Firstly, that makes no sense. Secondly, plastic is NON-biodegradable. So no matter what you do, when you package something in plastic you’re adding pollution to the planet.

    Companies need to focus on making a quality product. This virtue has been long lost in the manufacturing industry.

  3. #3 by ZeroFossilFuel at October 11th, 2009

    You’re not paying attention. Buy the dispenser bottle once and replace only when it wears out. Buy refills in the form of concentrate that contribute far much less waste to landfills. Get a product that performs comparably to commercial products at a fair price.

    One other thing you should get… A clue.

  4. #4 by rapttor94 at October 11th, 2009

    My favorite part… “One other thing you should get… A clue”… what part of the get the bottle once, refill it.. and it’s not going into a landfill didn’t you get?? I got it the first time.. Pay Attention… Jesus christ is the populous that …. lame?… Sometimes I want to just squeeze my head till it collaspses… I can’t stand the idiocy anymore…. really… do we need romper room explanations? Thank you Z.. great interview as always…

  5. #5 by Pvtjamesryan2 at October 11th, 2009

    That was a very rude and unprecedented response. It really shows your character.

  6. #6 by CHEFTECH86 at October 11th, 2009

    What about the carbon footprint in the manufacturing and delivery. Maybe just sell the little powder packets and let the consumer get or reuse an empty bottle? U want a good glass cleaner? Try 98% isopropyl and distilled water. in an empty windex bottle.

  7. #7 by vulpine61 at October 12th, 2009

    Where I live we recycle all our plastic bottles, yes it leaves a carbon footprint but it does not end up in a landfill. Push your community and work place to recycle. Every little bit does help! Cant please everyone I guess.

  8. #8 by ZeroFossilFuel at October 12th, 2009

    Look, everyone. Everything we do leaves a carbon footprint. If you breathe it leaves a carbon footprint. If you fart it leaves an even bigger footprint. It’s unavoidable. The key is leaving the smallest footprint we can. No matter how you slice it, this is a step in the RIGHT direction.

  9. #9 by ZeroFossilFuel at October 12th, 2009

    Attacking this vendor without even the slightest clue about what it takes to affect real change for the better is rude. Understand what you are debating before you throw your own two cents in. Otherwise, accept the consequences of exposing your ignorance.

  10. #10 by trugreenandtroublu at October 13th, 2009

    We can come together and all take the right step foward. just this gentleman is proudly displaying for us..

  11. #11 by scottconn17 at October 16th, 2009

    Great job. Ridding the world of toxic chemicals. This company should do big things! It only makes sense.

  12. #12 by nephil1977 at October 17th, 2009

    I’m all for environmentally friendly products, but are they hypoallergenic? Natural and nontoxic doesn’t mean hypoallergenic. Cat dander, household dust, and peanuts are natural and non-toxic, but a lot of people are severely allergic to them. Meanwhile Dacron fiber is synthetic, and is almost universally hypoallergenic. Things to keep in mind when looking for healthy products.

  13. #13 by ZeroFossilFuel at October 17th, 2009

    Good question. I presume the website would have this information.

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