Getting through the green maze

May 2008
Builders Merchants Journal;May2008, p22
The article provides information on the discussion of Mark Watson, executive director of One Planet Products, on the lack of knowledge of sustainability within Great Britain. The author stated that the non-profit organization aims to cut through the greenwash and find products with true eco credentials. He added that one of the problems is in the renewable energy market since people are buying and selling products without understanding their impact.


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