Good Housekeeping is adding a new seal to help protect consumers from tainted products and false claims. This new green seal will provide a standard criteria for consumers to make an informed decision about their product use based on its energy use, composition, waste, water use, effort to reduce packaging and health impacts.
Interested in finding out more, check out the following:
- Good Housekeeping adds green seal – San Jose Mercury News
- An evergreen seal of approval branches out – USATODAY.com
- GreenerChoices.org (An environmentally friendly online version of Consumer Reports)
- “Greening the supply chain. Systems find they can be good to the planet as well as their bottom line.” By S. Rhea – Modern Healthcare, 2008
- Contractor’s guide to green building construction : management, project delivery, documentation, and risk reduction / Thomas E. Glavinich. Call Number: TH880 .G53 2008, Location: Main Collection, 3rd Floor – Stack Number 128
- Renewable energy : a concise guide to green alternatives / Jennifer Carless. Call Number: 333.79 Car, Location: Curriculum Collection, Juvenile Non-Fiction, 2nd Floor – Stack Nos 6-8
- Green from the ground up : a builder’s guide : sustainable, healthy, and energy-efficient home construction / David Johnston & Scott Gibson.
What can you do to go green? Let us know what products you see with the Good Housekeeping’s Green Seal of approval or other tips you might have to help preserve the planet we live on. Every little bit helps.
What you do today does make a difference in the future.