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ecologically friendly; not damaging to the natural environment
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2 The term "eco-friendly" refers to the product, packaging and recycling initiatives as described in this release and applicable product documentation, websites, and other referenced programs.
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This vehicle features 400-horsepower and is offered with leather seating provided by an eco-friendly tannery in Scotland to the extent a tannery can ever be described as "eco-friendly" and inlays of oak, mahogany or walnut.
Earlier this year, Sprint released its fourth so-called "eco-friendly" device, the Samsung Replenish, which is made with more than 80% recyclable materials.
Paul Bloom: How Green is Your Smartphone? Paul Bloom 2011
Calling our great museums "cathedrals of democracy" that should be unsullied by contact with the grubby world of commerce is nonsensical; they exist to display art and artefacts, not to promote the idea of eco-friendly democracy that appeals to Newman.
Case Architects is a Seattle, Washington based firm involved in the design and project management of affordable eco-friendly homes.
Firstly, having LEED certification and being eco-friendly does not mean that the plants must be real.
One third of these panels are upholstered with eco-friendly vinyl, one third of them are clad in sustainable boxwood.
While choosing eco-friendly furniture, fixtures and equipment is an obvious avenue to reducing energy consumption, the hidden elements of construction and structure were considered in this design as well.
New York City, which is the first L.E.E.D. registered, eco-friendly nightclub in the United States.
Plantation-sourced timber is very eco-friendly as long as it is grown on vacant land, rather than on previously forested land cleared for that purpose (which is unfortunately often the case).