Fast fashion describes the continuous mass production of clothing by retailer brands, who often replicate seasonal runway outfits into affordable pieces for larger audiences. This idea is related to the ability to identify new consumer trends and preferences faster, and to then launch newly adapted products into the market.
Mining, livestock, and transport are the top 3 most polluting industries in the world today. However, there are other businesses who further contribute to the devastating effects of global warming, including the production and use of certain household cleaning products.
Here we explore some of the wonderful initiatives run by the activist Tosha Lobsinger, founder of the “Peace People Project”. She is both an inspiration and a source of resourceful information for our Leo Team.
In 2019, Pat Smith, a 70-year-old environmentalist, dedicated to a challenge – to clean 1 beach per week in Cornwall, South-West of England, in an effort to fight plastic pollution. In one year, Pat cleaned 52 beaches and is now leading ‘The Final Straw’ campaign that aims to eliminate all use of plastic straws.
At Leo Clean, we aim to reduce our environmental footprint as much as possible through all our actions, while still holding up to our promise for excellent service and client satisfaction. Celine, the founder of our Vancouver-based cleaning services, has dedicated a lot of time studying how our everyday activities and habits can impact our surroundings.