If a person does a Google search on green ear plugs, who will find many links and pictures of ear plugs of that color. Results related to the color of a product might do well if that was what the searcher was looking for, but if he meant green as environmentally friendly ear plugs, he might want to try a different strategy.
A person looking for a device to protect his hearing can achieve a result that is friendly to the Earth in two ways. The first is to find a reusable ear plug product that he intends to get long-term use out of. The second strategy is to find a product that is recycled and recyclable. Combining these two features serves to give the purchaser the maximum environmentally friendly hearing protection. Simply being environmentally friendly is not enough for a product designed to stop noise or sometimes water from entering the ear canal. You also need to make sure the noise is absorbed or, in the case of swimming ear plugs, that the water stays out of the ear.
HEAROS – Your “Green” Ear Plug Brand!
HEAROS offers a wide variety of soft foam ear plugs made from recyclable material. Because ear wax builds up on the surface, a user must throw out the soft earplugs occasionally. Instead of throwing the ear plugs in the trash and letting the trash man take them to the landfill that he deals with, a user can place most soft earplugs into the appropriate recycling bin. If the user wants to get more use out of them, washable earplugs can extend the life of the product and save the user additional money.
Sometimes a product is marketed as green ear plugs at a slightly higher price because some consumers are willing to pay more to protect the environment. Environmental concerns may take a second seat to effective noise reduction solutions. Effective hearing protection and using green earplugs are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Most soft ear-plugs fit in the ear and absorb incoming noise well and were made from reusable materials before the notion of being green started to refer to something other than color. People who want their environmentally friendly ear plugs to be green should have no problem finding them.