Sears launched their new green website earlier this month — they’ve dedicated a section of Sears.com to tips, ideas, and products designed to help their customers live “greener” and more eco-friendly. More information after the jump.
When you first arrive at the site, you’re greeted by a large, green silhouetted house with most of a house’s common rooms included in the floor plan. Click on any of the rooms and the screen expands to show a photo of that room along with tips on how to make it more green. For example, if you click on the kitchen you’ll see recommendations about Energy Star-compliant appliances, cleaning up with organic cleaners free of harmful chemicals, and using a water filtration system instead of buying bottled water.
In addition to the green house plan, the links across the top of the site direct you to sections on eco-friendly tips sorted by climate area — you can find recycling center recommendations, activities for kids to teach them green practices, tips from Sears poster boy Ty Pennington on living eco-friendly, and Sears corporate green policies.
This site offers some useful tips, but bear in mind that Sears is still a business — clicking just about any link for further info will lead to an item page on Sears.com where you can buy a green product. Take a look and see how you can green up your life.
Spring Green [Sears]