For every SEBO vacuum cleaner sold (no minimum purchase amount required), Vacuum Cleaner Market will plant a tree in your name. We believe in parterning with and selling brands that are not only the best quality, but whose company stands for similar morals and values. We are proud to carry the SEBO line, as the SEBO brand believes in sustainable manufacturing plants and corporate offices.
SEBO products are of the highest quality. Meaning instead of purchasing a new vacuum every few years and adding to landfills, you purchase one high quality machine which will last on average 20+ years. Reducing your footprint, cleaning your home with the best filtration all while using the highest cleaning power. SEBO machines are built to last, with consumer needs in mind to ensure cleaning is quick and effective.
SEBO Plant a Tree Program
How it works:
1. Purchase a SEBO vacuum cleaner (any model)
2. Vacuum Cleaner Market will plant a tree in your name
3. You will receive, via mail, a personalized card with details of your planted tree within 30 days of your vacuum purchase
4. Enjoy your new SEBO!
At Vacuum Cleaner Market, we believe in supporting brands who are sustainable and who give back to the planet.
The U.S. retail vacuum cleaner market exceeds $4 billion per year, but 44% of vacuum owners have purchased a new machine in just the past two years. Think of how many fairly new vacuums now consume space in our landfills! SEBO vacuums are made in Germany and are built to last for many years, which reduces landfill waste and uses fewer resources.
Made in Germany, using locally sourced materials and components, SEBO vacuum cleaners are built to last and are manufactured in an environmentally responsible way that reduces waste and uses fewer resources. Plastic is recycled into new components, and the SEBO factory is completely self-sustaining with respect to electricity. Its combined heat and power system produces the electricity required to run the factory's machinery. The warm air and water created by the system's generators are then used to heat the factory and warehouse.
The SEBO brand supports sustainable practices in both their manufacturing plants, and their corporate offices.
For SEBO, reducing the carbon footprint of a product starts in the initial design process. An important consideration is to ensure that products pack into the smallest possible cartons, and that carton sizes allow the maximum number of machines to fit on a pallet. Most SEBO packaging is made from unbleached recycled cardboard, and waste paper from the offices is shredded and re-used for packing. Even deliveries are carefully planned, to ensure delivery trucks are running economically and are filled to capacity.
Water resources are also conserved at the SEBO factory. Rainwater is collected from the roof, then filtered and stored, to be used in production and within the factory washrooms, saving the unnecessary use of treated drinking water.
The factory and offices are designed to use natural light as much as possible, avoiding artificial lighting and the associated power consumption. And work hours are scheduled to make use of daylight hours; this also improves the working environment for employees.