Chaos creates stress. When your home is organized, you’ll live a more efficient and less stressful lifestyle. To go from knowing “it’s somewhere” to “exactly where” is a better scenario for your mental and physical health then chronically checking for misplaced items.
If indoor air quality is important to you, you can breathe easier knowing that the panels used to manufacture ORG Home products are certified as compliant with the California Air Resources Board Phase I indoor air quality standards. With very low emissions on our standard board, and no added urea formaldehyde on our plus board, you have the choice of “green” or “greener”.
Sustainable Living Tips
If your love of home extends around the globe, consider these three simple sustainability tips as you sort and stash your stuff.
Stock your pantry with pull-out baskets to store and display fresh, local produce (many goods like tomatoes and potatoes fare better outside of the fridge). Plus, local foods require less fuel in their transport and fewer preservatives since they get to your table sooner.
Locate recycle bins in a place where it’s convenient for you to sort recyclables right after use.This makes your weekly recycling day a cinch. Give recyclables a proper rinse—ensuring they don’t contaminate the batch (or attract pests). Situate a paper-only mini-recycling center near desks and craft areas and consolidate weekly.
When you don’t give grime time to build up, you’ll be less likely to resort to harsh chemical cleaners. Organize for light, frequent cleanings. Consider storage solutions that lift your stuff off the floor, making way for a swift sweep or speedy scrub. Use see-through baskets and hooks to keep earth-friendly cleaning supplies at the ready: microfiber cloths, spray bottles, baking soda, vinegar, lemon.