The Green Good Housekeeping Seal was developed by Good Housekeeping in 2009 as a way to help consumers make the most informed and environmentally responsible purchases. By evaluating data on water use during manufacturing, energy efficiency in manufacturing and product use, ingredient and product safety, packaging reduction, and corporate social responsibility this seal awards companies who are making a difference. In order to qualify, products must first earn a Good Housekeeping Seal based on the performance of a product, a seal which has been awarded for years. After a product receives this award, the company works with an outside environmental consulting company to determine if the product is environmentally friendly. Therefore, as long as the product is reliable, safe, and green earning the award isn’t a huge problem.
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