Reduce, reuse, and recycle equals revenue for these "green" entrepreneurs.
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Brittany Lombardo: Talk a way in a small and cozy neighborhood is the Home Eco Store where products are promised to leave the smallest footprint on the environment while in the show.
Phil Judd: People can come in and that wouldn’t normally think about green products and maybe rather than run through the mall for something, they’ll stop here and get a little better extra information along with it.
Brittany Lombardo: For those who are looking to improve their homer business Home Eco carries a variety of environment friendly materials. The labels on these wooden panels have been approved by the four stewardship council and shows that the materials are not come from badly manage forest. Not a big fan of wood, marmol and offers numerous health and environmental benefit.
Phil Judd: And they call it marmol and this is kind of a marble if you look to it.
Brittany Lombardo: The mission at Home Eco is simple. Educate the consumer on the many ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Terry Winkelman: The beauty of it is made from something else that is already existed, so you didn’t have to go back into the earth, mine for more metals, then melt, and forge them whatever they do to manufacture a product. They just took too clean then did a little creative engineering, a little creative reuse and came up with something new.
Brittany Lombardo: What was one the pile of old flatware is now a beautiful wind chime? This bicycle chain a bottle opener. This giant compost tumbler is one of Home Eco’s most popular items and can transform your old garbage into something new and useful for the garden.
Phil Judd: We haven’t found any funny else in town that’s got release in a quality of product that we have. And they’re only a couple of places that have any product at all. So we’re glad to be same always as compose leader.
Brittany Lombardo: Although people are becoming environmentally aware, some say go and green is nothing but a contemporary trend. However, Winkelman see it at something more.
Terry Winkelman: A lot of businesses, medium, small businesses are just starting to laugh on to the band wagon as a marketing concept as a new product trend but I don’t think it’s just a trend. I think it’s the future and I think however you get into it I don’t think the good players will ever abandoned it. I think it’s changing the way America produces things. It’s going to change our society completely.
Brittany Lombardo: From giant compose tumblers and organic cotton shirts to cherish and they could not judge and trees like grow glass bottles. The Home Eco Store inspires to bring inspiration, hope and knowledge. To those who wants to reduce, reuse and recycle. I’m Brittany Lombardo reporting for sbtv.com small business is our only business.