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Being Green Wasn’t Easy. It is Now.
Introducing Germany’s Most Trusted Household Cleaning Brand for 14 years running (2001-2105 by Reader’s Digest), Frosch. Frosch has a loyal following in many export countries around the world, but has never been available in the U.S.A.
The Nine Points That Make Frosch Green:
1.) Natural ingredients
2.) Vegetable origin
3.) Skin friendliness
4.) No damaging chemicals
5.) Recyclable materials
6.) Respect for animals
7.) Energy-conscious production
8.) Company water treatment plant
9.) 25 years of experience
Cleaning with Meaning
Frosch uses only plant-based surfactants. Unlike other brands, Frosch seeks to minimize the use of surfactants from tropical sources. When necessary, Frosch purchases only RSPO-certified Palm Kernel Oil. Tropical surfactant production has led to significant rain forest degradation in countries like Indonesia and also leads to a larger carbon footprint as raw materials have to travel long distances to production facilities.
Packaging for the Planet (and People)
Frosch uses a large percentage of recycled material in their packaging (minimum of 80%) with a recyclability of 100%. Frosch products are not tested on animals. Frosch has partnered with the WWF and NABU on various conservation initiatives.
Just Say No!
Frosch products do NOT contain the following ingredients:
- Phosphates: Phosphates are powerful and comparably low-priced components that are still used in many cleaning and detergent products. They generally boost product performance. Phosphates accelerate the growth of water plants (Eutrophication) which leads to a lack of oxygen in aquatic environments.
- Borates: Borates are used as a very cheap part of bleach systems that are used in fabric and machine dishwashing detergents. After the new EU Classification, borates are classified as T (poisonous) / R 60, R61 (can disturb the reproduction ability and may damage the child in the womb).
- Formaldehyde: Formaldehyde is a very efficient and cheap preservative that is still often used in many products. There are concerns about the long term health effects of Formaldehyde.
- NTA (Nitrolotriacetat): NTA is a component that improves the performance of cleaning agents and detergents. Its main task is to reduce the water hardness in order to improve cleaning performance. It is also used as a stabilizer. There are concerns about the long term health effects of NTA.
- EDTA (Ethylendiamintetraacetat): EDTA is a very cheap component with similar properties as NTA. EDTA biodegrades poorly and can remobilize heavy metals in waters.
- PVC: PVC is a cheap packaging material. When PVC is incinerated, toxic organic chlor compound, salt acid and other dangerous components are created.
Did You Know?
- Frosch, voted Germany’s “Most Trusted Brand” (Reader’s Digest) for 14 years running, is excited to now offer their household green cleaning products to eco-conscious consumers in the United States.
- Frosch uses natural ingredients, combined with renewable and high biodegradability surfactants to create tough cleaners that are gentle on the environment.
- Proving that “green cleaning without compromise” is possible, Frosch competes against harsh chemical cleaners in terms of effectiveness – using only natural ingredients.
- Frosch’s 9 Points of ecological quality include: natural ingredients, vegetable origin, skin friendliness, no damaging chemicals, recyclable materials, respects animals, energy-conscious production, company water treatment plant, and 25 years of experience.
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