Renewable Energy
Solar Power
Wind Power
Biomass / Landfill
Hydro Electric power
Wave Power
Rain Water Harvesting
Household Water Pollution
Constructed Wetlands & Reed beds
Perma-Culture in the Garden
Why Organic Gardening?
Think Indigenous!
Why Recycle?
Recycling Agricultural Waste
Organic Lifestyle
Household Products
Household Cosmetics


Homemade Substitutions
Healthy Home Cleaning Habits
Commercial Non-Toxic Household Products

Going into depth with today's modern homes which are loaded with toxic and polluting substances designed to make domestic life easier and faster…A growing number of commercial non-toxic home cleaning products are available, as healthier and environmentally responsible alternatives.

And also how the use of these products will help promote the growth of green businesses which are contributing to a sustainable economy.

Natural ingredients which will be identified, going into finer detail on their description, uses and affects:

  • Baking Soda
  • Soap
  • Lemon
  • Borax - (sodium borate)
  • White Vinegar
  • Washing Soda
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Cornstarch
  • Citrus Solvent
  • Trisodium phosphate (TSP) - a mixture of soda ash and phosphoric acid.

Which will be used in a variety of formula’s for homemade substitutions like:

  • All purpose cleaner
  • Air freshener
  • Bathroom mold
  • Furniture polish
  • Carpet stain removal
  • Metal cleaners & polishers
  • Deodorizers
  • Rust remover
  • Dishwasher soap
  • Dishwashing soap
  • Disinfectant
  • Fabric softner

Harmful Ingredients In Over the Counter Products

Skin is the largest eliminatory organ in the body. It is a two way membrane. Toxins are eliminated through the skin via perspiration and absorbed into the body via hair follicles and sebaceous glands. We have 65 hairs and 100 sebaceous glands in one square inch of our skin and if we put a chemical compound on our skin it will absorb it. Bearing in mind most scientists agree at least 80% of the 200 different types of cancer known today are related to toxins and carcinogens from synthetic and toxic chemicals you need to choose wisely and carefully.

Attention will be paid on this issue!



Bamboo nappies
Hemp fitted nappies
Pocket nappies
Cotton fitted nappies
Reusable & washable nappies
Hybrid nappies

Topics that will be explained:
Reusable nappies are better for your baby's health
Reusable nappies are more comfortable
Reusable nappies have more reliable containment + greater absorption
Reusable nappies are cheaper
Full Time Disposable Use
Full Time Reusable Nappies
Using cloth nappies may help reduce the incidence of nappy rash
Reusable nappies do not have the health disadvantages of disposables

  • Information providing the contents which makes up a disposable nappy
  • Explaining why fitted cloth nappies do not have the environmental disadvantages of disposables
  • Information on Bamboo and Hemp, and why they are better than cotton
  • Help the public understand cloth, nappy types, boosters, liners and some accessories
  • Guidance on choosing the right nappy:
  1. Baby factors
  2. Laundry
  3. Ease of use
  4. Cost factor
  5. Environmental issues
  6. Attractiveness
  7. Your priorities
  8. Prior experience
  9. Caring for your nappies
  10. Handy Hints and Tips
  11. Laundry Tips