Post by ecbserviceco on Jul 17, 2008 13:16:08 GMT -5
Before you use any green product make sure you read the MSDS sheet becasue some of them out there claim green but are not. The price difference with green to regular is not much and many different suppliers cary truely green chemicals
I was told by a sales rep that there are no Green Seal Certified disinfectants but instead they are Environmental Safe Labeled. He said that disinfectants are actually classified as Insecticide and therefore cannot receive the Green Seal Label. Is he right?
Last Edit: Nov 22, 2008 0:29:57 GMT -5 by logan5127
The company I purchase my cleaning products from has a "Member of Green Products Alliance" on their website.....is this what is being referred to? Their products disinfect with vinegar, essential oils and alcohol made from grain.
A little more info after reading more on my vendor's website.....they say "We are not Green Seal approved because there are companies that are approved by Green Seal that are not all natural and non toxic (although they are working on this). We are approved by the Green Products Alliance and by Co-op America both of which have much higher standards for the planet than Green Seal. You can view their requirements by going to their respective websites: "