Is Clorox bad for the environment?



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    Clorox Bleach is not back for the environment, it does not contain phosphates. The ingredients that are in it are quickly broken down in water, any remaining traces are removed during sanitation. However, other Clorox products do (as do other brands). Phosphates are bad because they are not broken down or removed during our water sanitation processes, and travel to the oceans. There it can accumulate enough to prevent any life from surviving when it reaches high enough concentrations (called a ‘dead zone’). Its always good to check the labels of cleaning products and avoid those with phosphates in them. 

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