5 Environment friendly Start-up Plan

Eco-friendly businesses are becoming more popular. This is because more consumers are demanding that companies behave in a socially responsible way. An Eco-friendly business minimizes waste, uses all resources efficiently, and minimizes negative impacts on the environment. Start the green revolution in your own small way with these five Eco-friendly business ideas.

Green Consulting

Consulting firms are becoming popular and in particular, to the fact of environment and climate change good green consulting firms can help both government and non-governmental organisation to adopt eco-friendly strategies. it will also help the organizations to evaluate and improve their internal practices and processes in terms of environmental impact.

Eco-friendly Women Hygiene Product Bussiness

Women Hygiene products are generally made up of chemicals and non-disposable ingredients. The single-use sanitary pads are creating negative environmental impacts. Eco-friendly disposable or reusable products start-up could be a positive vibe to the green revolution.

Eco-friendly Cleaning Products

Things need cleaning, from laundry to vehicles. Now, more than ever, people are more environment-conscious. They are more sensitive to what goes down the drain and want to be able to get the sparkle without straining the environment. As such, you could consider selling eco-friendly cleaning products. For example, you could offer a complete line of natural cleaning products for laundry, washing dishes, and household cleaning.

Local Eco-alternatives

People want local eco-friendly alternatives to the products they’ve been using. To service this need farm markets have been proliferating in North America, selling everything from locally raised beef, pork or poultry to locally made soaps and cleaning materials. Talk to your local farmers market association or butcher store about selling your product locally.


Organic Food Business

Consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the food they eat. They are becoming more reluctant to buy processed and packaged food products because of their negative impact on health. One could start his/her own catering business that focuses on organic and locally grown ingredients.

>Alma Siddiqua


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