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Method Opens Environment-Friendly Factory In Chicago

September 26, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Method, a manufacturer of environment-friendly cleaning products, opened its first factory in Chicago. According to company co-founder Adam Lowry, Method wants to become “the most sustainable and the most socially beneficial company in the world.” Guided by this view, Method’s Chicago facility is designed to be eco-friendly, including features, such as the world’s largest rooftop farm. Also, the building is partly powered by its own wind turbine and solar panels. Chicago offered the company $8.1 million in tax breaks to encourage Method to locate the factory within the city limits. Method manufactures detergents and soaps that it claims do not harm consumers and the environment.
"Eco-friendly detergents: Green wash", The Economist , September 26, 2015, © The Economist Newspaper Limited
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