In a world where massive energy consumption is increasingly outstripping supply, blackouts are the inevitable consequence. Blackouts in India are becoming an increasingly common problem, where in several large states, electricity demand outstrips supply at peak hours by more than 12% (1). Continue reading →
General Laundry News
Al Gore has named the humble clothesline as one of the ten things the average person can do to help reduce their eco footprint. Continue reading →
ARTA (American Renewable Textile Association) have been conducting research to demonstrate that the use of renewable textiles has a distinct environmental and financial advantage over single use items. Continue reading →
When Governor Arnold Schwazenegger stepped into office in California in 2003, the environment did not place too highly on the states agenda. In 2007, Time Online ranked him number 32 on their list of the 100 men and woman whose power, talent or moral example is transforming the world. Continue reading →
The environmental debate is turning its attention to the one thing every person on the planet has to do – laundry! Continue reading →
Like plastic bags, clothes pegs are an ecological disaster waiting to happen!
Today, millions of clothes pegs, or clothes pins, are manufactured very cheaply using non-biodegradable plastics or wood from deforestation contributing to the environmental nightmare for future generations. Continue reading →