It is a common misconception that when a product is advertised as eco-friendly 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 for sale in the market can be sold as organic despite only meeting seventy five percent of the requirements, the marketing for ecologically improved products can be misleading.
Whenever you are considering the best way to utilize various products to your home so as to to make it more energy efficient you need to be assured that you are investing your funds into a truly energy efficient product. Since currently advertisers have such leeway, this leads inevitably to a tricky situation.
Newsline For Oct. 11, 2013
1) Registration fees for Annual Conference 2014 include new family friendly discount. 2) Enroll in dental, vision, and other insurance products in November through BBT. 3) ‘Pioneering’ is the subject of a three-webinar series. 4) Haitch to present Professorial Lecture at Bethany Seminary. 5) Entries sought for Bethany Peace Essay Contest. 6) Lerch concludes her work with TRIM and the Brethren