Delphis Eco exhibits at Start Growing in the Lancaster House gardens

Delphis Eco has been invited to exhibit at the Start Open Garden sustainable gardening and growing event in the gardens of Clarence House and Lancaster House from the 27th to 31st July 2011.

Start is an initiative to help people across the UK lead more sustainable lives and to show what a more energy efficient, cleaner and healthier future could look like. It is a national initiative by The Prince's Charities Foundation to promote and celebrate sustainable living.

In line with its policy to “reduce, re-use and recycle” Delphis is promoting sustainable household living by is launching its innovative, no fuss chemical dispensing offering. Customised for garden centres this technology gives customers accessibility to ecologically EU Ecolabel concentrated cleaning solutions popular in both the home and the garden. Consumers will now have access to accredited, environmentally sound cleaning chemicals whilst not having to pay traditional high street prices.

The garden event, open to the general public, coincides with two related Start events taking place just next door - an eco-rally on The Mall and a pop-up restaurant at Lancaster House featuring a delicious organic menu.

Under the theme of sustainable growing and gardening, the inquisitive gardener can see exhibits from Garden Organics, the Soil Association, the National Trust and the Highgrove Shop, whose products take their inspiration from the gardens at Highgrove and reflect the wide-ranging interests of HRH, Prince of Wales passions for preserving the environment.

Also on display is a fantastic "Forest Garden" installation by Petherick, Urquhart and Hunt Associates and five exciting design innovations from The Earth Awards, the leading global awards competition dedicated to identifying viable designs for a more sustainable future. The five designs include an eco-villa, a prototype zero carbon emissions hotel suite, designed by Louis Thompson, and a shipping container that has been transformed into an imaginative gallery space that will showcase several former Earth Awards winning innovations.

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