For decades the planet has been exposed to hazardous, poisonous chemicals. Sadly, we find these chemicals in our daily lives everywhere, directly or indirectly.
@home under the kitchen sink, in the laundry, bathroom or garage, unprotected and easily accessible by family and friends.
@work in the cafe or restaurant kitchen, in the office or factory, exposing customers and employees.
Everyday cleaning products @home or @work that we have used for ever and a day might perform their cleaning duty but fail on all other levels.
Have we ever questioned the warning signs on packaging labels aimed to protect the users from the various risks associated to the product? These warning signs may be regulation, but really any cleaning product that requires warning of severe burns to the skin or eyes, or is dangerous to breathe or swallow, flammable or not biodegradable, should be questioned by all*. We seem to have accepted the use and the need for these toxic cleaning products @home and @work, but they really make no sense when the technology is now available to make a change. We believe the old mindset of "if it ain't broken don't fix it" no longer applies.
At Greenline Cleaning Products, we have taken the giant leap to completely move away from the need to use these dangerous chemicals. Our ActiveGreen* Technology ingredients are 3rd party verified, sustainably sourced nutrients of the earth, food-safe plants and minerals. Our fail-safe circular approach means all our cleaning products are safe for the human body to absorb and safe to return to the earth.
*Please note: Due to safety regulations our Kitchen Degreaser product has been labelled with a warning sign.
The pictogram of an exclamation mark signifies the universal low risk warning sign. As an alkaline concentrate, we have categorised the product with a low-risk warning which may cause skin and eye irritation. .
Greenline Cleaning Products, recognises that while we produce fantastic cleaning products and are committed to three guiding principles of sustainability - social, environmental and economic, plastic packaging has a global environmental impact that we cannot ignore.
Our ambition is to practice and maintain the closed-loop system, knowing where our materials come from and where they go after use. Such type of material content is called Post Consumer Resin (PCR), the recycled product of plastic waste created by consumers.
Due to COVID-19 and a shortage on PCR material, we are currently using recyclable packaging, which should always be placed back into a recycle bin.
We won't stop with our creativity and innovation. Plastic packaging is not a viable solution of the future; it is not biodegradable and it litters our landscape and oceans. Our development teams are currently testing alternatives to plastic. We aim to have no use for plastic packaging as soon as possible.
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