Eco cleaning is a really easy and effective way to clean your home without harsh chemicals.
As our lives become busier it can be really easy to buy brightly coloured cleaning products that promise to clean your home effortlessly in 30 seconds. But sometimes we forget to stop and think what is inside these brightly coloured cleaning products. These chemical concoctions can be harmful to yourself, your family and pets and our environment. As people rethink what they’re bringing into their homes, they’re looking for greener solutions and Eco Cleaning provides an easy, healthy and cost-effective way to reduce chemicals in the home.
Making your own natural do-it-yourself eco cleaning solutions provides your home with gentle and effective cleaning products, without the chemicals or toxic fumes. Check the contents under your sink or pantry and you’ll find economical, non-toxic ingredients that work alone or in combination to effectively make your home shine! Ingredients include vinegar, baking soda, lemon juice, lavender and tea tree oil.
Learn how to make safe, effective home cleaning products at a FREE Eco Cleaning workshops.
Please note: There is no need to print your tickets once you have booked:
Thursday 15th March from 1.30 pm- 3 pm, 33-39 Hyde Street, Bellingen, Register at https://ecoclean.eventbrite.com.au or on 6655 1744
TBC, Cundletown Community Garden, Cnr Main and Edwards Streets,
Saturday 24th February, 9 – 11 am, Kempsey Shire Library, Cnr Elbow & Tozer streets, West Kempsey, RSVP to the Library on 6566 3210
Tuesday 22nd May, 10 am – 12 noon, School of Arts Hall, 58 Bold Street Laurieton. To register call Laurieton Library 6581 8177
Saturday 5th May, 9.30 – 11.30am, Port Macquarie Library meeting room. RSVP to the Library 65818755
TBC, Taree Community Garden, 4/80 Wynter Street, Taree.
Friday 11th May, 10 am – 12 noon, Wauchope Senior Citizens Hall, 47-51 High St, Wauchope, book at the library on 6581 8162
Recipes to get you started can be found here.
You can drop off problem waste items such as paint, fluoro globes and tubes, household and car batteries, motor oils and other oils, smoke detectors, gas bottles and fire extinguishers at your local Community Recycling Centre