Force of Nature achieves carbon neutrality
New England Council member, Force of Nature, has announced that they have officially achieved carbon neutrality and 10x lower emissions than most conventional cleaners.
Force of Nature, the toxic-free cleaning brand, that has been on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America, has officially been announced as the first certified Carbon Neutral disinfectant in the industry. In collaboration with ClimatePartner, Force of Nature has “assessed its carbon footprint across its supply chain and operations, including sourcing, production, distribution, and packaging.” The company’s revolutionary appliances use electricity to convert salt, water and vinegar into an all-in-one cleaner, the EPA registering the disinfectant formula as effective as bleach. Furthermore, these systems were able to eliminate all single-use plastic bottles.
“As a company committed to creating a more sustainable future, we are proud to announce that we are now the first EPA-registered disinfectant to be certified Carbon Neutral,” said Sandy Posa, CEO of Force of Nature. “Through our partnership with ClimatePartner, the leading climate action solution provider, we are taking meaningful action to reduce our environmental impact and help our customers do the same.”
The New England Council commends Force of Nature for its commitment to environmental sustainability.
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