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May. 14th, 2019

Trust the Scoop, one little scoop for a standa

Eco Laundry detergent powder, fragrance free, safer for kids and sensitive skin, great for summer camp, 32lb bulk size bucket
Mar. 27th, 2019


As we think about our customers planning for spring break, college and summer camp, we wanted to share a wonderful and much appreciated testimonial. We have been selling our Savvy Green Eco Clean 32lb. Laundry Detergent Powder to Trails End...

Savvy Green 108 Wash Eco Clean Laundry Detergent Powder
Mar. 1st, 2018

Savvy Green Laundry Detergent reviews worth sharing:

"I bought this because I didn't like the wastefullness of liquid detergent. This totally does last a long time, I've used it for months and it's hardly put a dent in it. Highly recommended!”...

Here's the Scoop
Apr. 20th, 2017

“Yes, you really only need ONE scoop”!  The Savvy Green laundry detergent powder is the smallest scoop shown and we are so proud– isn’t it amazing how big the others are in comparison? No need to over dose on detergent. All Savvy Green detergent powder...

Savvy Green Headquarters Goes Solar for Earth Day!
Apr. 20th, 2017

Too Much Energy? True!

Create your Sustainable Lifestyle - Just add Passion
May. 26th, 2016

When Ann Wolf, author of a local “Green Living” column asked if she could highlight me as a local example of sustainable living, I was pleased.

Vinegar in Dishwasher for hard water concerns
Apr. 13th, 2016

85% of tap water in the US is hard water according to the US Geological Survey. Because of the high prevalence of hard water, most of us need to use white vinegar in our dishwashers.  Hard water affects dishwashing -- mineral deposits spot glassware or...

porcelein pot with tea stains
Apr. 5th, 2016

If you love tea, you know about tea stains.  One of my teapots has a dark brown glaze, so tea stains aren’t so noticeable.

Comparison of scrubbed deck boards with no mold
Apr. 1st, 2016

Pollen from lots of oak trees in our neighborhood provide great food for molds to grow on the deck.  Don’t you love the bright new leaves that Spring brings –yet most of us can do without all the pollen. Combine the “food” that the pollen brings along...

Margaret Rossano is the COMO's  gardens winner of Savvy Green
Mar. 31st, 2016

Community Gardens have been around since the 1890’s, with a resurgence in the depression.  Called Victory Gardens in World War 2, community gardens were once a way to supplement domestic food supply and for the unemployed to grow their own food. The...