DALLAS — Natural lube and lotion developer Sliquid announced that it is implementing a company-wide eco-conscious overhaul.

The transition has been more than a year in the making kicked-off with the installation of a SolarFlex, a heat-reflective rooftop shield that dramatically increases its headquarter building’s cooling efficiency during the hot summer months.

Since its inception, Sliquid said it has followed Earth-friendly manufacturing processes by using 100 percent recyclable bottles and creating labels and sample pillow-packs made of recycled paper stock. Office communication is strictly electronic with only essential items printed on recycled paper, and over the last 16 months the office lights have been replaced with low-watt bulbs.

Radiant barriers have also been installed on all exterior doors, contributing to a new level of eco-friendly efficiency.

“Every step we take to reduce our environmental impact and support a ‘green’ business environment benefits the Earth, our unique brand, and the industry as a whole,” Sliquid CEO Dean Elliott said.

He added, “Reducing waste, manufacturing with recycled materials, and modifying our company procedures directly connects us to consumers who share our passion for preserving the environment. We can help set a positive example with our progressive actions and hopefully inspire others to follow suit. It’s certainly not an easy feat, but it’s absolutely worth every effort.”

Sliquid is also researching modern recyclable alternatives to its most-used office appliances, exploring state-of-the-art radiant barriers, and continuing the search for more post-consumer components for its popular body-safe lubricants, massage oils, body washes and other intimate products.

For more information about the company, email sales@sliquid.com or visit Sliquid. com.

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