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Using Microalgae to Put Wastewater to Good Use

To date, there are no sanitizing products on the market containing soap made from algae. However, the current energy, economic and environmental context is accelerating change and innovation in industrial processes. It is in this sense that Sani Marc Group’s Innovation & Development team is working on a bold project in collaboration with the Université...

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How to Make Your Spa More Environmentally-Friendly

A growing number of consumers are jumping on the green and eco-friendly product bandwagon these days. In fact, there are green alternatives now for virtually anything you could ever want to buy. But increased awareness of protecting the planet is not the only reason why so many consumers are buying green. Many of these products...

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How to Make Your Swimming Pool More Environmentally-Friendly

More and more of us are looking for ways to make our daily lives more eco-responsible. By reducing our ecological footprint, we can improve everyone’s quality of life. But did you know that being environmentally responsible is not just good for the planet? Adopting a greener lifestyle can also save you time and money –...

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Transitioning to Green and Sustainable Cleaning

“Environmentally responsible” commercial buildings are growing in popularity, according to the recent findings of researchers from the University of Guelph in Ontario. Green buildings boast more than simply environmentally responsible construction. The maintenance companies that clean them also play an important role in their appeal to potential commercial tenants through the products they use and...

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Bring Back Your Returnable Bottles!

Canadians love their beer. So much so that the brewing industry uses billions of beer containers each and every year. Recovering all these containers is a massive challenge for brewers; using returnable containers is a smart way for brewers to ensure that these bottles and cans will eventually come back. Most standard glass beer bottles...

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Why “Green” Cleaning Makes Sense

Did you know? The average person spends 90% of their time indoors. And inside air is 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside air. What’s more, there’s a growing body of research showing that environmentally friendly cleaning products can actually improve air quality in work environments. Green cleaning means much more than simply using...

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Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products: Are They Really?

If you’re like me, you probably get the occasional urge to do some intensive cleaning. But getting everything sparkling clean usually meaning having to go out and buy a bunch of cleaning products. When given the choice, do you buy “green”? Now that people are more aware of environmental issues, most of us try to...

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Organic vs. Green – What’s the Difference

Many people use the words organic and green interchangeably. But few people really understand the difference. While both relate to the welfare of the environment and all living things, they do not mean exactly the same thing. When it comes to choosing cleaning products, this differentiation becomes even less clear. Let's take a closer look......

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The Growth of the Organic Market

Haven’t jumped on the organic bandwagon yet? If you’re still not convinced about the benefits of eating organic food, you might want to read on. There’s no denying that today’s consumers are generally more educated about the food they eat than our parents ever were. Thanks to this knowledge, most people now know about things...

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Organic Certification of Imported Products

In a past article, we looked at what “organic food” means and how to know if a given product is actually organic. In a nutshell, only products containing at least 95% organic ingredients can be labelled as organic in Canada. What’s more, they can only be certified organic if an accredited certification body certifies they...

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