Spring into green cleaning with eco-friendly scourers, sponges and cloths from EcoForce, manufacturers of practical, everyday, household products from recycled materials. We all need to do our bit to help the environment and using recycled products instead of those made from virgin materials helps reduce landfill and conserves fossil fuels.
Reduce carbon emissions by using your tumble dryer less and hanging out your washing to dry using EcoForce’s new Recycled Peg Basket, Clothes Pegs and Clothes Line. EcoForce’s Clothes Pegs are strong and durable, and made from 93% recycled plastic. They contain no metal parts to rust or wood to stain clothes.
Instead of binning your left-overs at meal times pop them in a bag and close with EcoForce’s Recycled Bag Grips made from 93% recycled plastic.
EcoForce has been selected by British designer, writer and TV presenter Kevin McCloud as one of his Green Heroes at Grand Designs Live, Excel, London this week (w/c 4.5.10). Stop by and see them if you’re at the show.
I’m delighted to be giving away ten goody-bags full of EcoForce recycled household products (value of goody-bag £15) to 10 lucky commenters. Simply leave a comment below to be in with a chance to win. Ten winners will be chosen at random on Monday 10th May 2010 and the winners will be announced here. Please note that this giveaway is only open to those readers with a UK postal address.
And the winners are…
Yael, Freda Kerslake, Matt Brasier, Joy Griffiths, Kate Lancaster, Andrew Cakebread, Susan Pringle, Jon, Chris, Susannah Leggatt. Congratulations, you’ll soon be using your recycled household products from EcoForce! Winners, please reply to my email requesting your mailing address.