Envir-O-Safe Green Cleaning Products

envir-o-safeGreen cleaning products seem to be popping up all over the place.  We just saw an ad for another new one yesterday.  But what makes a cleaning product green? Have you checked the product labels lately?  Chances are that your green cleaning products aren’t all that green.  But what can you as a consumer do to ensure that a green product is truly “green?”

Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) actually offers a Designed for the Environment (DfE) seal?  “The EPA only allows products that meet their strict criteria to carry their DfE symbol of recognition.” This symbol allows consumers to quickly identify and choose products that are not only safer for the environment but also safer to use. Read more here.

Daley International is one of the largest manufacturers of institutional and industrial cleaning products in the United States.  Environmental preservation and awareness is stressed throughout Daley’s business on many levels. Preserving the Earth’s resources, protecting the natural environment and developing innovative solutions for continuous improvement are reflected in their ENVIR-O-SAFE Green Cleaning Line. ENVIR-O-SAFE has become a more preferred form of cleaners by government, institutions and professionals.

We’re proud to announce that Got2BeGreen.com has partnered with Daley International. Though this partnership we are able to offer the Envir-O-Safe line of eco-friendly products the general public. These products carry the EPA’s “Design for the Environment” seal of approval. Got2BeGreen is proud to distribute these products in our online store.

Please check our store for the ENVIR-O-SAFE Green Cleaning Line. We know you will find our prices competitive with comparable Green cleaning products.


2 Responses to “Envir-O-Safe Green Cleaning Products”

  1. I am doing my best to “go green” and information like this helps me everyday. Thanks so much! I will be sure to look for the DFE seal before my next purchase!

  2. Are you partnered with other companies whose products
    are displayed in your shop? I ask as I have an idea for
    Urth and Enviro.

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