Monday, December 31, 2012

Top 5 Green Resolutions

Happy New Year! While considering ways to start the new year off right, make living eco-friendly a priority for yourself and your family. Living greener is better for your health, helps save money and contributes to preserving our planetary resources. Here are the top 5 resolutions you can make to do your part:

Monday, December 17, 2012

Environmental Entertaining

As friends and family come to your home to celebrate the holidays, make your affair green.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Green Your Holiday Travel

According to Better World Club, the average US domestic flight emits about 1,700 pounds of carbon dioxide per person and in an average year, a vehicle emits 10+ tons of carbon dioxide.  Check out these easy ways to "green" your travel.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Top 5 Ways to Waste Less This Holiday Season

According to, Americans throw away 25% more trash from Thanksgiving to New Year's creating an extra 25 million tons of garbage.  Here are our top 5 ways to cut down on holiday waste:

Monday, November 26, 2012

Green Gift Giving List

When you’re making your list and checking it twice, remember to make eco-friendly choices.  Look for products made using sustainable materials and methods, take your own shopping bags with you and shop local!  Here are our picks for your green gift giving.  

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Clean Your Home the Green Way

Getting your home ready for guests doesn’t have to cost a lot of time or money. Here are some tips to get you cleaning in eco-friendly fashion.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Gobble Gobble the Green Way

Show your thanks for the environment and healthy living by making eco-friendly choices this holiday season. Some easy ways to make good choices:

Monday, November 5, 2012

Toss Your Toxins...Responsibly!

What do you do when you're done with that house cleaning spray? How do you get rid of old medications? Empty hairspray cans?
Paints, cleaners, automotive fluids, batteries, pesticides, glue, medication, TV's, computers, phones and YES, even some beauty products are all considered Household Hazardous Waste or HHW for short. According to the EPA, Americans store 100 pounds of these hazardous wastes away in garages, closets and basements each year and another 1.6 million tons is irresponsibly thrown away. When you toss your toxins down the drain or in the trash, it makes its way to landfills and waterways which contaminates the air you breath and water you drink.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Maid Pure: Clean and Green

Hello!  We're Dorsey and Heather, founders of Maid Pure.  We are dedicated to exceptional service and cleaning with a conscious and our blog is an extension of our commitment.  Each week we will post a timely article with easy ways to implement green cleaning solutions into your everyday life. 

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