More on Being Green

Earlier I posted about having a green dog. And I will admit, I haven’t yet done much to go green. However, I have been looking around the web to find places where I can buy products that are green, environmentally friendly, and I’ve found a great site that has a lot of good items.

Green and More has a huge selection of eco products. In addition, they have a learning center with a large number of articles to help us with going green, how to do it, and information about the current state of the world and how products we use are hurting our environment.

They have a green blog as well where we can read about recent green topics. And information about the products they carry. There is also a members area where employees and customers can share their experiences.

The company also ‘lives green’ and follows it’s own ideals by using green products inside the company. They use recycled office products, they don’t use plastic, and they use 100% recycled cardboard.

They even sell cat litter… but I don’t see any poop bags yet!

5 thoughts on “More on Being Green”

  1. I have biodegradable dog poop bags. They break down in direct sunlight. And they are great and sooo handy. I have dispensers in my park too.

    From their website:
    Why are Mutt Mitts degradable rather than biodegradable?
    Biodegradable material relies on microbial action for degradation. Microbes require moisture, oxygen and elevated temperature for survival. Composts use this process to decompose organic material.

    Landfills are designed to exclude moisture and compaction reduces oxygen. A majority of dog waste bags end up in landfills. More than just Biodegradable, Mutt Mitts include additional degradants and will degrade even in a landfill.

    Lora’s last blog post..A HUGE THANK YOU!!!

  2. I have biodegradable dog poop bags. They break down in direct sunlight. And they are great and sooo handy. I have dispensers in my park too. http://www.pickupmitts.com/muttmitt/mm_home.htm From their website: Why are Mutt Mitts degradable rather than biodegradable? Biodegradable material relies on microbial action for degradation. Microbes require moisture, oxygen and elevated temperature for survival. Composts use this process to decompose organic material. Landfills are designed to exclude moisture and compaction reduces oxygen. A majority of dog waste bags end up in landfills. More than just Biodegradable, Mutt Mitts include additional degradants and will degrade even in a landfill. <em>Lora's last blog post..<a href='http://itsthedogslife.com/?p=86&#039; rel="nofollow">A HUGE THANK YOU!!!</a></em>

  3. I have biodegradable dog poop bags. They break down in direct sunlight. And they are great and sooo handy. I have dispensers in my park too. http://www.pickupmitts.com/muttmitt/mm_home.htm From their website: Why are Mutt Mitts degradable rather than biodegradable? Biodegradable material relies on microbial action for degradation. Microbes require moisture, oxygen and elevated temperature for survival. Composts use this process to decompose organic material. Landfills are designed to exclude moisture and compaction reduces oxygen. A majority of dog waste bags end up in landfills. More than just Biodegradable, Mutt Mitts include additional degradants and will degrade even in a landfill. <em>Lora's last blog post..<a href='http://itsthedogslife.com/?p=86&#039; rel="nofollow">A HUGE THANK YOU!!!</a></em>

  4. Did you know that the trade show industry is the second most waste producing industry in the United States? There is a small business in Denver, Colorado that is working hard to change that statistic. This business, Trade Show Emporium, not only offers green displays, but they recycle old, non-green displays so that they don’t end up in landfills. The two employees of this little company make sure to live green as well–they are soy-milk drinking, animal loving tree-huggers. So make sure to support small, eco-friendly businesses like this one, and help our Earth.

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  5. Great link. I am going to check out this site. They have a great selection of green products that are hard to find in normal stores.

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