What is sustainability at home?
The irresponsible consumption of Nature's bounty, along with millennia of collective apathy in caring for Mother Earth, has brought matters to a head.
Climate change, air pollution, water pollution, soil contamination, and lifestyle diseases can all be directly blamed on human consumption. Our reliance on plastic for packaging, transportation, food storage, cosmetics, and day-to-day life has resulted in unfathomable amounts of plastic in our seas, which eventually wind up in our food, slowly poisoning us. Our growing reliance on chemical agricultural solutions is not only polluting our rivers, but also ruining our land.
Weather patterns are shifting, which have an impact on food production as well as marine, bird, and animal life.Water bodies are dwindling. Extreme weather occurrences are becoming increasingly common in more and more locations throughout the world. As a result, many plants are on the verge of extinction.
Many things must change in the interim years to guarantee that Earth remains a habitable environment for all of us.
And, unless you think, as some multibillionaires do, that we should colonize other planets to rescue humanity rather than Earth, reform must begin now.
Yes, companies, civic organizations, and governments must modify rules and regulations, as well as do more to safeguard the environment and minimize the global carbon footprint. Individuals must also rise up and take intentional, conscientious action to preserve Earth.
This is where living a sustainable lifestyle comes into play;
“Sustainability, which is frequently associated with minimalist lives, entails minimizing environmental stress by modifying how and what we consume, as well as how we manage our trash. It entails lowering our energy use. Sustainable living entails lowering our reliance on fossil fuels as much as possible, as well as limiting our usage of plastic.It entails ditching our personal vehicles in favour of public transportation and carpooling on our everyday trips. It entails transitioning from motorcycles to bicycles. Reduced processed foods and more freshly grown organic products in your diet are also part of sustainable living. And sustainable living entails actively and intentionally doing the 5 R’s - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Refuse, Renew.”
Cleaning, on the other hand, is a part of sustainable living!
Most of us clean our floors, kitchens, surfaces, and toilets with chemical-based cleansers. This is neither a health-effective nor a long-term option. We already know that VOCs in cleaning products impact air quality in your house and how chemical disinfectants can really hurt you.
Cleaner chemicals also pollute your food and expose you to a wide range of ailments. More significantly, these compounds have an impact on the ecological balance of your house and the surrounding ecosystem.
The chemicals in your home cleaners, as well as the remnants of your cleaning efforts, will ultimately end up in your toilets and drains, where they will not suddenly disappear.
They make their way into groundwater and soil, and finally, owing to the wonders of urban cleanliness, into our seas. This chemical pollution then affects all aquatic life and renders the water unsafe for use, putting even greater strain on our communal resources.
Cleaning your home, like anything else, should become a sustainable act!
This may be accomplished by replacing chemical-based cleansers with natural alternatives. Natural cleansers are devoid of dangerous, poisonous chemicals, safeguarding both your health and the environment.
We have captured the power of nature and coupled it to science, aided by years of study, to develop technologies to safeguard our nature. Our products are non-toxic, non-corrosive, and devoid of ammonia and chlorine, making them natural, safe, and sustainable.
All products are made completely of plant-based materials and are intended to not only offer you with a better and cleaner atmosphere at home, but also to cause no harm to the environment outside your house.
We know you want to do everything you can to help rescue our world, and in our product line, you will discover the tools that you need to assist in one element of this mission.