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The New Green Language
Posted on: Tuesday, September 29th, 2009 at 6:16 am
The green language is one used when describing some of the ecologically-accepted practices. Some few years back the language was not often used but recently there has been an increase in knowledge concerning to environmental matters thus the language is widely used. The 3Rs that stands for reduce, reuse and recycle is perhaps the most used. It’s usually found on almost all plastic and non-biodegradable bags to warn users on the dangers of carelessly disposing off the bags.
The term ‘going green’ is continuously being used by companies in their marketing campaigns. This is so because many firms have realized that consumers are only willing to use those products that have been produced in an environmental-friendly way. Terms such as carbon emissions and CFCs have been recognized by many people as being harmful thus consumers have become extra careful and are always checking the ingredients and components before purchasing a product.