LONDON — It’s the last week of September and a leaf-cleaning company called Leaf is taking on the leaf-scrapping industry with an online campaign called “Save the Tree”.
The company’s message is simple: If you’re not happy with your tree, please leave it alone.
Leaf’s message comes as the United States and other countries look to clean up the world’s polluted skies by making it more sustainable, according to a report released on Tuesday by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Leather is being replaced with recycled fibers, which have the potential to remove harmful chemicals like dioxins, mercury, and lead from the atmosphere.
The leafs used in leaf cleaning are also being replaced by trees, which contain less carbon, nitrogen, and other pollutants than trees, according the report.
And if you do not want to live in a city where the air is polluted with lead and other toxic pollutants, Leaf offers a special leaf cleaning service in its London branch, which is also located in London.
The leaf cleaning company offers a leaf cleaning at home with the goal of “giving people the peace of mind to move on,” according to Leaf CEO Mark Haskins.
“I don’t think we have to be worried about leaf litter.
We’re trying to get leaf litter out of our cities,” Haskens said.
Leaf has received praise from environmentalists and government officials, including former British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Last month, the government issued a public health advisory urging people to “be mindful” of their surroundings.
“The government is committed to helping communities protect their environment by making sure they don’t have to use unnecessary resources,” said Catherine Hill, a spokesperson for the Department of Health.
The company also has a global network of volunteers who can help people clean up litter around the world.
On its website, Leaf says that its customers can choose from a range of cleaning products including cloth diapers, detergent, spray bottles, paper towels, plastic bags, and paper and metal cleaning pads.