Five Products to Green Up Your Life

With a little poking around, you can find plenty of eco-friendly alternatives


Nobody wants to be the evil, invisible character from that famous public service announcement where the American Indian cries over the littered landscape. No one wants to trash nature, squander our resources and, in general, be that guy.

But sometimes, it seems hard to avoid. You’re thirsty, and the vending machine has bottled water. You’ve gotta print those forms, put something on your baby’s bottom, etc.—and the culture of disposability has put all that potential toxic trash right at your fingertips.

Fret not. Here are five of handy products for solving those problems and others—trauma-free.


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