March 8, Metro News:
Either a thunderstorm-harnessing hero wants to save the planet, or a Winnipeg entrepreneur is doing his best to reduce the environmental impact of laundry—both statements are true, to some extent, of Kevin Shale.
He was working as an appliance repair technician not long ago when he realized there was no solution to washing machine issues associated with detergent build-up.
The conventional method of using oil-based soaps, and even the eco-friendly soaps, he explained, can lead to “mould build-up and a whole rash of other mechanical issues.”
When he dug a little deeper he also learned the chemicals wreaking havoc on washing machines also has a scary environmental impact. Read more.