Plastic Challenge 2017
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June 2017 was officially the Marine Conservation Society’s  ‘Plastic Challenge’ month.
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ecoleaf gets best eco household product award from Natural Lifestyle Magazine

Submitted by on February 25, 2010 – 5:00 pmOne Comment

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ecoleaf wins Natural lifestyle Award

We are delighted to announce that the ecoleaf cleaning range won the best eco household products in the Natural Lifestyle Magazine 2009 awards. Natural Lifestyle Magazine is a free monthly consumer health magazine available in health food stores across the country. The awards were voted for by Natural Lifestyle readers so we’d like to thank our customers who voted for the ecoleaf range.

More from ecoleaf

This January saw the launch of three new ecoleaf products available in various sizes, washing powder, stain remover and concentrated washing up liquid, and we intend to expand the range further in the coming year as well as improve on some of the current formulations in response to customer feedback.

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  • Sandy Halliday says:

    Can’t wait to try your new Ecoleaf products.
    It’s so important to use non toxic household products.
    Many people don’t realise that pollution in the home is greater than outside air pollution. It pays to use chemical free products in the home where we can.

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