The U.K. introduced a 5 pence Plastic Bag Tax in 2015 to reduce the amount of plastic waste generated from the country’s consumers. Since then, there has been a reduction in the number of bags issues by 85 percent. This has led to government plans to not...

When we think about things that aren’t sustainable, most of us think in terms of what’s good or bad for the environment. And generally, what comes to our minds are manufactured chemicals, or large quantities of materials that are toxic, or substances that aren’t “natural”,...

The Fourth of July is here, and it’s time to break out your red, white, and blue! But don’t forget your green. This holiday is about celebrating our beautiful country, so doesn’t it make sense that we also should be conscious of how we care...

The year 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, or GreenEarth Day as we like to call it, and currently this celebration is recognized as the largest secular observance in the world. There are an estimated over 5,000 environmental groups in 184 countries focused...

On Thursday 12th April GreenEarth® Cleaning hosted a Business Briefing on the subject of ‘Sustainable Aftercare for Garments and Textiles’ at the Marriott Grosvenor Square in London. Keynote speaker for the day was GreenEarth President Tim Maxwell, alongside Louann Spirito of SGS and myself. It was a...

The brisk wind that blew over Kansas City last Thursday evening was all too fitting for a fall/winter runway. But the warm glow of the chandeliers inside The Grand Hall at Power & Light easily made up for it. High heels. Glitzy makeup. Bright camera...

Sustainable Aftercare Business Briefing By: Garry Knox For several years, GreenEarth has been working either directly with retailers or alongside partners, to increase our awareness on the global aftercare stage. The aim being to get them to recommend our unique Sustainable aftercare process, either through care label...

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