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Going Green: Top 10 Household Products to Avoid

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BleachedCoffeeFilters

Bleached coffee filters


Q: If you are a coffee drinker, have you switched to eco-friendly unbleached filters?

54% 

Yes

46% 

No

665 Total votes cast.

Dioxins are chemicals formed during the chlorine bleaching process. Dioxins contaminate groundwater and air, and have been linked to cancer in both humans and animals. If you are a coffee drinker, make sure you buy eco-friendly unbleached filters, which are healthier for both you and the environment.

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