Cleaning Spray by Seventh Generation
USA

Multi- Purpose Surface Cleaner – $5.99 – $8.29

This all-purpose cleaner is a biodegradable, USDA certified biobased product (91%) that is an easy and effective way to clean all hard washable home surfaces and even cut through kitchen grease and grime without releasing polluting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air in your home. It is not designed for use on unfinished wood furniture or fine furniture.

Seventh Generation is a B Corporation, which means that they are committed to workers’ rights, giving back to their communities, and to protecting the environment. They are active campaigners for changes to US laws to increase regulation and testing of chemicals and toxins on the marketplace. They are also part of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program, which recognises buildings that meet various sustainability criteria. Their membership of these third party certifications demonstrates their commitment to accountability and transparency.

Category:

Green

Environmentally-Friendly-(large)This product is free from harsh solvents, with 91% of its ingredients being certified by the USDA as being plant-based. Being a B Corp certified member means that they are required to undergo regular audits of their social and environmental performance, while being LEED certified means that their offices adhere to sustainable practices under the categories of: Water Efficiency, Energy and Atmosphere, Materials and Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation and Design, and Sustainable Sites.

Cruelty Free

Cruelty free-(large)Seventh Generation have been awarded the Leaping Bunny badge for their commitment against animal testing; they promise never to test any of their products on animals.

Gives Back

Gives back - badgeAs well as running various staff volunteering schemes, the Seventh Generation Foundation exists to give grants to carefully selected charitable organisations including the American Red Cross, the Breast Cancer Fund, Sumatran Orangutan Conservation, the VT Food Bank, and the Sustainability Academy.