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Photodon Believes It’s Easy Bein’ “Green”

March 22, 2016 | By Jolynn Paige

These days most of us are looking for ways to do just about everything a little “greener”.
We know it’s the little things that, (in the long run), will make a big impact.

Here at Photodon, we’re always looking for more ways to do our part in keeping a cleaner environment.

So if you’re curious as to why the box that we shipped your order in looks like it was used before, it probably was; or why we used newspaper for packaging instead of a plastic mold, we have a lot of people giving us their old papers.
These are the “little things” that we practice to do our part for “greener” tomorrows.

We also want to help YOU do your part, so we offer products like microfiber cloths, natural cleaning solutions, and longer lasting screen protective films.  In fact, our Photodon Ultra LCD Screen Cleaning Solution is 100%.  It’s an herbal-based screen cleaner that id odorless, hypoallergenic, colorless, and completely biodegradable.  Our customers have consistently ranked this screen-cleaner with the highest ratings.

Not everything we offer is as “green” as we would like, so we ask you to be responsible when discarding used products.
Remember to reuse spray bottles or recycle them where such plastics are accepted.

Use your lens wipes until they’re dry and make sure they’re disposed of in the proper baskets.

We’ve found the US EPA (United Sates Environmental Protection Agency) to be a very good source of information for finding out where you can recycle everything from plastics to used electronics. We suggest you bookmark this site as it is a very useful resource on how to care/help the environment.

We follow and feature some great folks who are wonderful advocates for recycling and for the environment, so come check them out on our Twitter and FaceBook pages.

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Jo Paige is Photodon's Sales and Communications Director. Over the course of her career, she has been published in several newspapers and local publications and was a writing teacher. Her main goal is to help Photodon provide the best possible products to their customer base.