About the green the cleaning we have seen that growing of trees adds beauty to the enviroment.
Do these trees pollute the enviroment to the living people around by producing toxic gases?
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There is a website "drugstore.com" which has an organic/natural section. There are many products there that aren't any more expensive than ordinary products and are usually on some kind on sale. Buy one get one 50% off etc. They ship free on orders of $49 or more, which I always use. I save gas and time on trips to stores that way. Plus, most organic/natural items are not in one store so this saves gas, time and money. I just shop from home and it's sent there, free. You have to check ingredients though because there is no government regulation as to what is "organic" or "natural". That lable can be used on anything. A good site to check out ingredients and toxic chemicals is "cosmeticdatabase.com", it will list everything that is harmful to you and your environment. You can search a product, an ingredient, or a brand. There is a scale they use, 0-10, 10 being the worst. When you pull up a product it will give you the toxic scale, the ingredients, what chemicals are used, etc. etc. Very informative. There are a few items in the grocery stores that are "organic" but not many. Best use of time and money is online. Good luck and thanks for being green :)
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