With Earth Day 2021 behind us, it’s easy to fall back into our same routines. It doesn’t mean we don’t care, it just means we're human. As humans, we’re creatures of habit and if saving the planet isn’t part of our daily habits, it’s hard to keep up.
But what if you could take a simple task, a household chore, that is inevitable in your life and turn it into something good for our planet? Take laundry for instance.
Most of the popular commercial brands of detergents are manufactured using synthetic chemical compounds, making them very different from soap, which is made from natural substances like lye and plant saponins. These chemical-filled laundry detergents are added to dirty laundry and do their job of lifting stains before getting washed out, diluted, and sent down the drain with the wastewater from your washing machine. This is where the problem from our laundry for our environment begins.
Chemicals from the most popular detergents can have a far-reaching environmental impact, but there’s an alternative that doesn’t make you change your habits. Continue to do laundry as you normally would with Tru Earth
Tru Earth Eco-Strips Laundry Detergent
is the most convenient and eco-friendly way to do laundry. Their detergents are hypoallergenic, vegan friendly, and Paraben-free, and are gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. And as for the environment, Tru Earth Eco-Strips laundry detergents also have a dramatically smaller eco-footprint than liquid and powder detergents.
Thanks to Tru Earth's packaging, they are able to use zero plastic, and its lightweight reduces transportation fuel consumption and global-warming carbon emissions by 94% compared to today’s leading-brand liquid and powder detergent. What does that mean exactly? Saving on truck fuel and CO2 is equivalent to taking 27 million cars off the road for a day or planting nine million trees.
As you can see, even the smallest change can have a big impact. Browse Tru Earth’s detergents and packages today and start making a difference, one load at a time.