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Eco friendly Vs. green Vs. sustainable Vs. organic
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Eco friendly? green? sustainable? organic ?

Do these terms confuse and annoy you? Well, not to worry because L2F2 has got you covered. Today we are doing definition

Green: going green is simple. It refers to anything that is good for the environment, this can refer to business practices, manufacturing, construction, etc.. If it's good for the environment, then it's good for you.

Eco-friendly: Eco-friendly or environmentally friendly means something that doesn’t harm the environment. Take for example recycling. It’s one of the most environmentally friendly and a thing that you can do at home.

Sustainable: Sustainability refers to using a small amount of resources, doesn’t need a lot of energy to create, and is biodegradable without causing pollution during the process.

Organic: Organic products, including clothes and food that are made without the use of genetically modified crops, pesticides and other harmful chemicals.

Hopefully, the next time you are at the store these terms won’t be a sight for sore eyes.
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