Tide Coldwater earns 'Green Good Housekeeping Seal'
I just learned that Tide Coldwater was the first laundry detergent to earn the Green Good Housekeeping Seal in 2010. So what does Good Housekeeping think is "green" about Tide Coldwater? According to this blog post, ingredients, product safety, water and waste reduction in manufacturing, and corporate responsibility of the parent company, Procter & Gamble.
Given recent debates about the dubiousness of the product claims of various "green" detergents, how do you all feel about a P&G product like Tide getting a "green" seal from Good Housekeeping? I think this is worthy of discussion, since I was under the impression that Tide contained some pretty toxic ingredients.