It is a common misconception that when a product is marketed as eco-friendly that the product is the same of all natural. This is in actual fact neither true or untrue. There is no certainty either way. Similarly a product in the market can be sold as organic despite only meeting 75% of the requirements, labeling for ecologically improved products can be misconstrued.
Whenever you are considering the most suitable way to apply various products to your home inorder to make it more energy efficient you need to be assured that you are investing your funds into a truly green product. Since advertisers have such leeway, this leads inevitably to a tricky situation.
Cleantech Group Unveils The 2013 Global Cleantech 100 List
Cleantech Group, provider of the i3 market intelligence platform and global consulting services, today released the fifth annual Global Cleantech 100 list and report. The list recognizes the one hundred most promising and innovative companies most likely to make a significant market impact over the next five to ten years across 15 industry categories, including Energy Efficiency, Biofuels
Universal Roof & Contracting Alerts Homeowners To Expiring Residential Energy-Saving Tax Credits
Currently, owners of existing homes can receive federal tax credits and rebates in their area for various energy-saving home improvement projects. However, these incentives won’t be around forever; some are expiring at the end of this year. (PRWeb October 06, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11198939.htm