IS IT GREEN?: The Laundry Ball

April 30, 2011 by  
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The GreenWashBall is a device that you toss into the washing machine to clean your dirty laundry in place of detergent. An innovative concept, but not the first of its kind – “laundry balls” like the GreenWashBall are abundant, including the Miracle II Ball , the Laundry Solution ball, and the Mystic Wonder Laundry Ball . They are supposedly popular in Europe and the laundry ball industry is hoping to gain popularity in the U.S

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7th Generation Debuts 4x Laundry Detergent in Paper Bottle

March 10, 2011 by  
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 Seventh Generation is ditching completely-plastic packaging with the launch of its 4x concentrated formula.

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Recycled Cardboard Good For Earth, May Be Bad For Health

March 10, 2011 by  
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Swiss researchers have discovered that toxic mineral oils from recycled newspapers was being absorbed in foods commonly packaged in cartons made from recycled cardboard.

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What can I reuse or recycle to make a clothes airer?

October 12, 2010 by  
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A couple of weeks ago on on The Really Good Life, I post my top 5 clothes line drying tips . One of my tips is to use a clothes peg airer thing if possible – one of these things – it stops the little items taking up space on your main line and is easy to take inside if it starts raining.

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Win an $8,500 Laundry Room Makeover by Method!

March 10, 2010 by  
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Hey Inhabitat readers! Is your laundry room in desperate need of a clean green makeover? Does your washing machine waste buckets of water and is your dryer a drain your electricity bill?

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REVERSE GRAFFITI: South African Artists Tag Walls By Scrubbing Them Clean

March 10, 2010 by  
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Graffiti is one of the most controversial art forms out there since it defaces public property – but what if graffiti artists actually cleaned up the walls they tagged up by etching their sketches into the grime that already exists on them?

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The Wind Power Boom of 2009, By the Numbers

February 5, 2010 by  
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Photo via Bigge Despite the global recession, 2009 turned out to be a rather stellar year for wind power.

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Method Commercial Turns Cleaners Dirty with Disturbingly Funny Shiny Suds (Video)

November 20, 2009 by  
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Screenshot via peopleagainstdirty In so many cleaner commercials, the happy housewife works alongside singing, scrubbing bubbles that show how cheerfully the cleaner can battle soap scum, germs, and whatever other grime is building up in your bathrooms. However, what happens after the singing stops? Method has created this hilarious commercial that will make you think completely differently about those singing bubbles, and what’s in the cleaner you use

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Wash your clothes by pedaling your bike (with video)

November 7, 2009 by  
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Credit: Dave Askins, homelessdave.com . You don’t need electricity to do the laundry. It’s as easy as riding a bike.

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