Best Eco-friendly Rug materials for your Home

What eco-friendly materials are best for your rug?

As pollution indoors can be higher than pollution outdoors due to toxic gases emitted from the furniture and floor coverings, we should consider carefully what materials are used in the production of our furniture as well as rugs. Rugs that are made of natural fibers are not synthetic or chemically treated and they are derived from plants. Many of them are also made with renewable resources. Some of the most environmentally friendly rug materials are wool, cotton, hemp, jute, bamboo and a few others.

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Host an Eco-Friendly Wedding Celebration [Visual]

The average U.S. wedding produces more than 400 pounds of waste. Annually, more than 63 tons of CO2 is released into the atmosphere from U.S. weddings alone.

The wedding market has a reputation for being wasteful–and after reading the stats above, it’s not hard to see why. So many features of a wedding day are single-use, such as the decorations, the food, and even the fashion (ahem: wedding dresses).

While the above statistics can be disheartening, the good news is that more and more couples are taking note of the impact their special day is having on the world around them, and they’re taking steps to change that.

There are multiple benefits to hosting a green wedding day celebration. First and foremost, it’s good for the environment–but did you know that it’s also good for your wallet? Many of the eco-friendly wedding hacks you’ll find below will help save the planet, and your wallet.

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Giving Tuesday 💚

As you know, ecogreenlove is a completely free website that offers information, tips and guide to live a more sustainable life. We are two persons doing everything: from research, design, P.R. to social media management. We don’t receive money from products, services or post contributions. We only monetize our website through ads from WordPress.

We have been doing this for over 4 years now, so if you like our content and would like to support us and help us continue improving, growing and doing what we are passionate about (sharing constructive, realistic information on how to live a healthier, better lifestyle without harming the planet on our everyday), please consider clicking the button below to give us a small monetary contribution.

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The Eco-Adventure Time: How Experiencing the Outdoors benefits the Environment and your Wellbeing

People are predominantly visual beings. We rely heavily on what we see to form our opinions and grasp the world that surrounds us. It is an important evolutionary tool, but it has been a double-edged sword. Hence we reach a particularly incendiary topic these days: climate change.

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Eco-Friendly Apps to help you Save Green [Infographic]

When someone says they are “going green,” what do you think of? For the most part, being more eco-friendly is associated with recycling plastic and cardboard, buying a reusable water bottle and shopping bags, and sourcing local, organic food. While these activities will definitely help the earth, they still take a fair bit of time, money, and effort—which not all people have. For those without those resources, or who just don’t know where to begin, the whole concept of “going green” can seem a little daunting and overwhelming.

The good news is that it certainly doesn’t have to be! Environmentally conscious companies have realized the need for eco-friendly apps that make going green as easy as pressing “download.” In such a technologically advanced world, it is now entirely possible to go green from the convenience of your smartphone and comfort of your own home—all while saving a little money at the same time.

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