Highland Park, NJ (PRWEB) June 07, 2015 -- White Lotus Home, a US company founded on the first Earth Day in 1981, honors the spirit of Saving the Earth by partnering with green living experts from around the country to bring helpful tips on making sure homes --- particularly bedrooms --- are non-toxic. The goal, says Marlon Pando, President and owner of White Lotus Home, is to “educate families about the benefits and myths of living a healthy, green lifestyle." Pando has been collaborating on these kinds of projects with consumer advocate Debra Lynn Dadd
, who was called the “Queen of Green” by the New York Times
. Dadd has been a believer in living and sleeping in an eco-friendly, non-toxic manner for over 30 years. She is just one of the several experts that are part of this non-toxic bedroom movement and collective effort.
As more research is being done on the hazards of living with chemicals and toxins in our homes, White Lotus Home is committed to staying on top of the news. Formaldehyde, for example, is conventionally used in processing sheets to impart a “permanent press”, as well as in many polyester/cotton blends. The Department of Health and Human Services Report on Carcinogens has recognized formaldehyde as a possible carcinogen since 1981, categorizing it as a known carcinogen since its twelfth report was published in 2011. White Lotus Home regularly shares information on creating a non-toxic bedroom in their online newsletter and a lecture series with the experts is being discussed. More information can be found at WhiteLotusHome.com or at the complete RoC report.