Zep Cleaner Powder is a floor cleaning powder designed to remove dust, debris, and fingerprints from carpets, but its most popular product is a $100 cleaning powder made from organic wood chips and vegetable oil.
Its $50 cleaning powder is the only one of the three that is made with organic wood dust.
It contains no artificial fragrances, and it is made in a factory in Mexico, which has been found to be a source of deforestation and environmental damage.
The wood dust used to make the Zep cleaning powder was a product of an environmental disaster in the late 1990s.
At that time, the wood industry in Mexico was decimated by the Mexican government, which declared a moratorium on all wood burning for energy production.
In 1996, the United Nations and the United States called for an end to deforestation in Mexico.
At the time, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said that the country had to stop burning wood because it had become a “forest of death.”
Zep’s president, Mariano Rodríguez Zapatero, said the wood dusts were a necessary evil because “it’s impossible to clean a carpet in a way that doesn’t destroy the floor.”
In 2013, the company began using the wood chips to make its cleaning powder.
“It is the most environmentally friendly product that we have,” said Ricardo Hernández, president of the Woodworkers Federation of America, an organization that represents workers at Zep.
“If you’re not using wood dust and you’re cleaning carpets with it, you’re wasting millions of dollars.”
The wood chips are extracted from wood that has been processed to produce wood chips, which are made by heating the wood and then burning it to make fuel.
The wood chips have been found in landfills in Colombia, India, and the Philippines.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the majority of wood used to manufacture carpets comes from countries like China and India.
The United Nations estimated that the wood used in carpet manufacturing in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand amounted to about 80 percent of all carpets imported to the United State.
Zep also manufactures cleaning powder for its customers, such as hotels and retail chains.
The cleaning powder can be used in homes and businesses, and its price tag is not much different than the Zeps other cleaning products.
The company has raised $2.5 million in venture capital, and has been valued at about $30 million.
According in a statement, Zep was founded in 1994, and in 2003, the government of Mexico decided to halt the use of wood and other natural resources.
Zep said it has received more than $2 billion in government aid since then, which is about 15 times what it was spending before the moratorium.