Sustainability Solutions to Share with Linchpins # 69

I’m sharing “million dollar” creative sustainability ideas.

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Be a Linchpin.  Develop something: ship, ship, ship!

Wash.  Rinse.  Repeat:

Chemistry has done wonders for many of our lives.  It’s also poisoned and killed a lot of people around the world.  It makes sense to use products that have a beneficial purpose, like energy efficient / water saving rinse additives.

Where’s the Linchpin opportunity?

It doesn’t make sense to save water in your home if the surfactants and conditioners in the rinse-aid chemistry will later poison rivers, streams and lakes.  The world needs a new breed of chemists to embrace water-soluble technologies and find sustainable ways to improve the life-cycle of everything.

Simple.  Beautiful.  Elegant.  Chemistry.  Sustainable!



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