Lundi, 24. Septembre 2012
Gorenje recommends Ecover
Gorenje and Ecover have found synergy within their favourite place – home sweet home. With shared values, Gorenje and Ecover wish to jointly create an easier, healthier, sustainable lifestyle for their customers. Both manufacturers produce and develop their products to reflect this ethos.
Gorenje and Ecover are pioneering in the development of new technologies and materials that are better for the environment. Being environmentally responsible and continuously searching for new ways to reduce the use of energy resources, and amount of waste produced during the production process, is at the top of their priorities. Along with being environmentally friendly, both companies strive to be as sustainable as possible. For Ecover this means ensuring it uses sustainable plant-based and mineral ingredients while making products as effective as possible, and achieving the lowest possible toxicity alongside the most rapid and complete biodegradability. Gorenje equally develops all its products to be as sustainable as possible, making sure all the internal components can be repaired or easily replaced, unlike many appliance manufacturers whose products can only be replaced when they go wrong.
Gorenje and Ecover naturally complement each other and why wouldn’t they, when Gorenje’s stylish products make the kitchen look good, Ecover makes them clean and shiny.
Lauren Abbott Marketing Manager.
Ecover produces effective cleaning products and as the pioneer of ecological cleaning, has done for over 30 years. Ecover products are made using plant-based and mineral ingredients, allowing them to biodegrade quickly and completely so to minimise their effect on the environment. The products themselves originate from Ecover’s unique, world-famous ecological factories in Belgium and France. Ecover is a company that operates with sustainability at its very core. They are constantly innovating and pushing boundaries to create new and more effective products that have minimum impact on the environment.