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Fifty Shades of Green

Fifty Shades of Green

Posted by Celtic Sustainables on 30th Oct 2018

The Great "Eco", "Natural" Debate

We are often asked about the “eco” and “natural” credentials of the products that we supply. They are questions we are always happy to discuss as it often leads to detailed conversations about the ingredients or manufacturing processes of the particular products and their mainstream counterparts.

We often find when discussing the “environmentally friendly” aspects of the products that we sell that individuals have different priorities as to what they consider to be more relevant in environmental terms.

Is it the carbon footprint, the durability of the product, the “naturalness” of the ingredients, whether it removes VOCs from the air or the amount of VOCs released, the recyclability of the product at the end of its life, whether it is made of recycled ingredients or a plethora of other objectives that they have in mind when they use the word “Eco”, “Natural”, “Environmentally Friendly” or “Sustainable”?

In this series of blog posts we have put together some aspects that come up in conversations we have around these issues:

- What is “Eco”?
- What is “Natural”?

It’s all in the detail

Whether you are looking for a product that is “natural”, “eco”, “green” or “environmentally friendly”, one thing is for sure, when you can read the datasheets and ingredients list you have a better chance of making an informed decision. 

That is why Celtic Sustainables always insist on, and will share with you, the Technical Datasheets, Safety Data sheets and all relevant information so that you can make an informed decision.

Our aim has been, and will always be, to give customers a clear and transparent choice and to describe clearly the benefits and disadvantages of the products within the context of the individuals’ requirements.