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Delphis Eco - meeting the King and Queen of Malaysia and the Queen of British television Barbara Windsor and looking forward to Start@Kew

Delphis Eco were invited to exhibit at the ‘Start growing’ event in the gardens of Clarence House and Lancaster House from the 27th to 31st July 2011. Start is an 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 promoted sustainable household living by launching its innovative, no fuss chemical dispensing offering. Customised for garden centres, schools and retail outlets, this technology gives customers accessibility to ecological EU Ecolabel concentrated cleaning solutions that do not have a green premium.

The Start growing event, open to the general public, coincided with two related Start events - an eco-rally on The Mall and a pop-up restaurant at Lancaster House featuring a delicious organic menu by Jamie Grainger-Smith. We even had a visit from Barbara Windsor who loved our new dispenser!

Five exciting design innovations were on display from The Earth Awards, the leading global awards competition dedicated to identifying viable designs for a more sustainable future. HRH the King of Malaysia is the Patron of the Earth Awards and Mark Jankovich, CEO of Delphis Eco, welcomed both King Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin and Queen Nur Zahirah onto the Delphis Eco stand to discuss our sustainable living plan.

Between the 25 and 29 August, in the fabulous surrounds of Kew Gardens, Start will be setting up once again. Start@Kew will show the benefits of using fewer resources such as energy, water, food, fuel and materials and Delphis Eco will have their sustainable household living stand on display.

Professor Angela McFarlane, director of public engagement and learning at Kew, explained, "We are delighted to be working with Start to welcome the festival to the Gardens. This partnership reflects Kew's mission to use plant-based solutions to mitigate the effects of environmental change and to help each and every one of us to understand how we can make a start at living more sustainably."

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