Our kids are up against a world of toxins. At Seventh Generation, we've been working passionately for years to eliminate exposure to toxic chemicals that harm human health by supporting sound state and federal toxics control legislation.
September isn't even half over and already it's been a month to remember. Procter & Gamble recently announced it was removing the hazardous chemicals triclosan and diethyl phthalate from its products by 2014. Yet that huge news is nothing compared to the remarkable nontoxic bombshell Wal-Mart just dropped.
At Seventh Generation, we don't just make products; we seek to engage others in conversations and collaborations about changing our world in positive ways. We seek to link arms with non-profit organizations, retailers, our supply chain partners and consumers so, together, we can influence the world beyond our size.
At Seventh Generation, we're not just in the business of creating household and personal care products that help protect human health and the health of the environment, we're also in the business of giving back generously to help make the world a better place.
There's huge news from the nation's cleaning product cupboard: Procter & Gamble, one of the biggest cleaner companies on the block, is reformulating Tide and Tide Free & Gentle laundry detergents so they contain much less of a troubling toxin called 1,4-dioxane.
Volunteering is a way of life in Vermont. Neighbors are cared for, children nurtured, homes restored and lives rebuilt with the help of community. It’s a tradition Seventh Generation has always embraced wholeheartedly. And while giving back is its own reward, we’d like to pause and thank the kind hearts and helping hands of our 100+ employees for an extraordinary year of giving back.
The results are in! Canada showed everyone how it's done by casting their votes in the Show You Care Today Canada campaign. Following an exciting month of online voting via Facebook, $50,000 cash will be donated to three of the country's leading social and environmental foundations.