I wonder how much water they use to grow the plants that the plant base material is made from? I wonder how much water polluting fertilizer they use on the plants. I wonder how much air pollution is created to run the factories that make and bottle the plant base solution. How how space will the empty bottles take up in a landfill? Just saying, it doesn't sound that green to me... I think water conservation is a great idea, but we have to be careful that our 'solutions' don't create a worse problem.
I don't mean to sound so negative about it, but when I read about a 'green' product I automatically think about how much non-renewable energy and pollutants it takes to make a product like this. Its kind of like the 'green' apartments they plan on building, but first they have to tear down every tree for 100 acres to build it. True green is not using or using a minimal amount of non-renewable resources and not polluting or deforesting. Environmental Geography is my major and I'm learning so much about the ways in which people pollute and strip the earth. JMO