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Return Policy
Greeniac Nation Store Return Policy

If you are not satisfied with your purchase, simply return the unused item(s) to us for a refund on the merchandise within 30 days of original shipment to customer.  There are no exchanges.  Please review the return details, rules, and restrictions below:

Return by Mail:
    1)     Please send the unused item(s) and order receipt via a trackable shipping method to:
153 2nd St., Suite 107
Los Altos, CA 94022

    2)     Please make sure to complete the return section of your order receipt and enclose this with          your item(s) that you are returning.

    3)     We cannot accept C.O.D. packages.

GreeniacsStore Return Policy: offers a refund for the full purchase amount, including sales tax, on items returned within 30 days of original shipment to customer.  We do not provide a refund for inbound or outbound shipping or handling charges.  After 30 days, we will not accept returned merchandise and will not provide a refund. does not provide exchanges on merchandise.  If you receive merchandise that is damaged from the shipment, please call Greeniacs immediately at 650-469-0804 from 8am-6pm PST or send an email to

Returns must be accompanied by the order receipt with the return section completed.  It is your duty to keep a copy of your order receipt.  Items must be returned in new, unused condition, with the Greeniacs sticker still in its original location.

Most returns are processed within two (2) weeks of receipt.  Greeniacs will provide a refund via PayPal account or check sent via US Mail.

Greeniacs will automatically refund any submitted purchase orders where:

    1)     the shipping address provided is a PO Box, and/or
    2)     the shipping address provided is not the same address the customer uses for his/her PayPal



Green Facts

  • Recycling 100 million cell phones can save enough energy to power 18,500 homes in the U.S. for a year.

  • Recycling for one year at Stanford University saved the equivalent of 33,913 trees and the need for 636 tons of iron ore, coal, and limestone.

  • Rainforests are being cut down at the rate of 100 acres per minute.

  • Glass can be recycled over and over again without ever wearing down.

  • States with bottle deposit laws have 35-40% less litter by volume.

  • The World Health Organization estimates that 2 million people die prematurely worldwide every year due to air pollution.

  • Youíll save two pounds of carbon for every 20 glass bottles that you recycle.

  • 77% of people who commute to work by car drive alone.

  • American workers spend an average of 47 hours per year commuting through rush hour traffic. This adds up to 23 billion gallons of gas wasted in traffic each year.

  • In the United States, automobiles produce over 20 percent of total carbon emissions. Walk or bike and you'll save one pound of carbon for every mile you travel.

  • A steel mill using recycled scrap reduces related water pollution, air pollution, and mining wastes by about 70%.

  • Shaving 10 miles off of your weekly driving pattern can eliminate about 500 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions a year.

  • An aluminum can that is thrown away instead of recycled will still be a can 500 years from now!

  • Due to tiger poaching, habitat destruction, and other human-tiger conflicts, tigers now number around 3,200óa decrease in population by about 70% from 100 years ago.

  • Bamboo absorbs 35% more carbon dioxide than equivalent stands of trees.

  • Americans throw away enough aluminum to rebuild our entire commercial fleet of airplanes every 3 months

  • If every U.S. household turned the thermostat down by 10 degrees for seven hours each night during the cold months, and seven hours each weekday, it would prevent nearly gas emissions.

  • Current sea ice levels are at least 47% lower than they were in 1979.

  • Less than 1% of electricity in the United States is generated from solar power.

  • Recycling aluminum saves 95% of the energy used to make the material from scratch.

  • You will save 300 pounds of carbon dioxide for every 10,000 miles you drive if you always keep your carís tires fully inflated.

  • A single quart of motor oil, if disposed of improperly, can contaminate up to 2,000,000 gallons of fresh water.

  • One recycled aluminum can will save enough energy to run a 100-watt bulb for 20 hours, a computer for 3 hours, or a TV for 2 hours.

  • A tree that provides a home with shade from the sun can reduce the energy required to run the air conditioner and save an additional 200 to 2,000 pounds of carbon over its lifetime.

  • A laptop consumes five times less electricity than a desktop computer.

  • Recycling 1 million laptop computers can save the amount of energy used by 3,657 homes in the U.S. over the course of a year.

  • For every 38,000 bills consumers pay online instead of by mail, 5,058 pounds of greenhouse gases are avoided and two tons of trees are preserved.

  • Americans throw away more than 120 million cell phones each year, which contribute 60,000 tons of waste to landfills annually.

  • Every week about 20 species of plants and animals become extinct.

  • Americans use 100 million tin and steel cans every day.

  • Nudge your thermostat up two degrees in the summer and down two degrees in the winter to prevent 2,000 pounds of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere.

  • You will save 100 pounds of carbon for each incandescent bulb that you replace with a compact fluorescent bulb (CFL), over the life of the bulb.

  • It takes 6,000,000 trees to make 1 year's worth of tissues for the world.

  • Washing your clothes in cold or warm instead of hot water saves 500 pounds of carbon dioxide a year, and drying your clothes on a clothesline six months out of the year would save another 700 pounds.

  • Plastic bags and other plastic garbage thrown into the ocean kill as many as 1,000,000 sea creatures every year.

  • Turning off the tap when brushing your teeth can save as much as 10 gallons a day per person.

  • 82 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. come from burning fossil fuels.

  • Refrigerators built in 1975 used 4 times more energy than current models.

  • In California homes, about 10% of energy usage is related to TVs, DVRs, cable and satellite boxes, and DVD players.