Cyndi Prince, the creator and founder of Wooly Rounds joins the Green Business Podcast Show. Wooly Rounds helps households and businesses conserve energy and save money by offering felted wool dryer balls, which are a simple, practical solution to using a clothes dryer more efficiently.
Tara Collins, the Communications Director at the Watershed Agricultural Council in Walton, New York joins the Green Business Podcast Show working in conjunction with eNewYork.
Keiko Napier who created her second company, TRU Protection joins the Green Business Podcast Show. Tru Protection works with artists to create dramatic cell and tablet covers manufacturing predominantly in the U.S. using post consumer waste plastics.
OdorNo is a single use bag developed to contain the unpleasant smell of baby diaper, incontience products and pet waste. It’s as easy as using a regular garbage bag: just put the waste in the OdorNo blocking bag, tie it and throw it away in any garbage can.
Roberta Perry, Founder of Scrubz Body Scrub, Inc. Products joins the Green Business Podcast Show. She discusses how she maintains green practices and how to be more green conscious.
Lea Green, the Social Media Content Manager at PGi who telecommutes regularly joins the Green Business Podcast Show. She writes for the PGi Green blog and is passionate about creative writing, collaborative communications technologies, and improving our planet’s well-being.
Shana Dysert, VP of Multeepurpose and Multeecustoms out of Los Angeles, California…where they have made their company green, being one of the first 5 businesses in California to begin using water-based, eco friendly printing, and the first in Los Angeles to build a custom printing company based on “BEING GREEN” joins the Green Business Podcast Show.
Forrest Espinoza the founder of Artterro, a sustainable small business in Madison, WI joins The Green Podcast Show to talk about having a sustainable and eco-friendly business.