The Responsible Alternative for Janitorial Supplies
Q: Do your products work as well as mainstream products?
A: Yes! In comparison tests, eco friendly products work just as well, if not better, than mainstream products.
Q: Where are the Material Data Safety Sheets (MSDS) for your products?
A: Call or email us for a product MSDS.
Q: What makes your products Earth Friendly?
A: Our eco-friendly products are non-toxic and plant-based. Our products are free of phosphates, chlorine, petroleum chemicals and a variety of other harmful ingredients. They are 100% biodegradable and the containers are easily recycled.Type your paragraph here.
Q: What is the difference between biodegradable and compostable?
A: Biodegradable means it is capable of being broken down (decomposed) rapidly by the action of microorganisms. Biodegradable substances include food scraps, cotton, wool, wood, human and animal waste, manufactured products based on natural materials (such as paper, and vegetable-oil based soaps).
Compostable plastics mean that the products must be able to break down into carbon dioxide, water, and biomass at the same rate as paper. Also, the broken down product should not produce any toxic material and should be able to support plant life. Compostable products are usually made from plant materials, which is more is more desirable for disposable products.
Q: What does it mean by 100% Compostable?
A: 100% compostable means that products are fully renewable. It can be converted back to monomer and polymer, or, it can be biodegraded into water, carbon dioxide and organic materials. For example, PLA is much more sustainable than regular petroleum made plastic.
Q: What is PLA (Polylactic Acid)?
A: PLA is a natural plastic material called Polylactic Acid, which is made from plants instead of oil. It is 100% annually renewable. PLA is a natural material, so it is best used for cold applications and has a heat tolerance of 105 degrees Fahrenheit.
Q: What is Bagasse?
A: Bagasse is a fiber (paper) material that is made of a blend of sugar cane and bamboo, which are sustainable and annually renewable resource.
Q: What is RPET (Recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate)?
A: PET is made primarily from natural gas feedstock, whereas RPET is produced from previously used post consumer/post industrial plastic products.
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