Online Retailer Delivers Customer Service

One of the many eco-friendly products carried by Greenfeet

Online retailers generally are not known for great customer service. Instead, they build their reputation on offering quality products and prompt delivery, and many carry a variety of eco-friendly or sustainable products.

One online retailer has figured out how to put all this together.

For details on how this award-winning online retailer is providing customers with excellent customer service that keeps them coming back, see http://bit.ly/oPPfO7.

Unique space-saving gadgets for our on-the-go lives

Double Shot is a French Press & double shot coffee mug all-in-one

Americans love their coffee. From Starbucks to Peet’s, the sheer number of coffee specialty places are astounding.

Americans use 23 billion coffee cups every year. The average office worker goes through around 500 disposable cups each year, but the large majority of “hot cups” aren’t made from recycled material, and they’re rarely recyclable. That means those billions of cups – with their synthetic, petroleum-based lining – end up in our landfills, to last for hundreds of years.

Planetary Design – an innovative Montana-based company that’s committed to preserving and perfecting the little things that make life more enjoyable – has created several high quality solutions.

For more on these sleek-looking and oh-so-useful products, see http://bit.ly/rhaFx9.

Even “natural” laundry can be toxic

The next time you walk down the laundry products aisle in your supermarket, notice the intense smells wafting your way. From the best known “tried and true” that we grew up with to the more recent “all natural” selections,  there’s so much heavy fragrance coming at you, it’s hard to miss.

But there’s more to it than just smell.

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Composting is great, but not if it has a toxic herbicide in it

Using grass clipping in your compost could pose a danger to evergreens if you're not careful

As the green movement continues to expand throughout the minds and practices of consumers, more people are aware of the advantages of composting. It cuts down on the amount of garbage we toss and it’s a great amendment for trees and home gardens.

But a darker side of composting has reared its ugly head.

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Green Auto Racing

The Tesla Roadster shows what an electric supercar can really do on the track

Within the world of motorsports, there is a steadily growing awareness that the industry needs to be more green. NASCAR is moving slowly in that direction at a number of its tracks.

To learn about the exciting ways auto racing is greening up, go to http://bit.ly/oZpFl5.

Putting the green in theme parks

Amusement and theme parks are getting greener these days

As consumers demand for green products increases, businesses of all kinds are jumping on the green bandwagon. So to are theme parks across the U.S. and around the world.

Many modern parks are boasting eco-friendly and sustainable features that can make you feel good about enjoying yourself.

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New refrigerator standards will save consumers big time in energy costs

New refrigerataor standards in 2014 will let consumers save up to 25 percent in energy use

Environmentalists working hand in hand with consumer groups and an entire industry to come up with energy efficiency standards that work for consumers?

If you’re thinking it’s unlikely, think again. Case in point is the Department of Energy’s recent announcement about new standards being issued that will cut the energy use of most new refrigerators by as much as 25 percent.

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