It is a common misconception that as soon as a product is marketed as ecofriendly that same is the equivalent of all natural. This is in actual fact not necessarily true or untrue. It does not have to be. Just like a product in the market can be labeled organic despite only meeting seventy five percent of the requirements, the labeling for ecologically improved products can be misconstrued.
When you are considering the right way to apply various products to your home inorder to make it more energy efficient you want 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.
Truckee Creating Complex For Nonprofits
Truckee is well on its way to becoming the home to a community complex to house nonprofit groups, much like the Parasol Foundation in Incline Village. The Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe (CATT), which is spearheading the efforts, has secured a generous land donation from the Joerger family, and a number of nonprofit tenants and […]
Whirlpool Wins Energy Accolades
Benton Harbor-based Whirlpool Corp. (NYSE: WHR) earned a pair of environmental awards last week.