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environmentally friendly

or

environment-friendly

adj
that has no or the least possible impact on the environment
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Translations
ekologický šetrný
miljøvenlig
ympäristöystävällinen
pogodan za okoliš
環境にやさしい
친환경적인
miljövänlig
เป็นมิตรกับสภาพแวดล้อม
thân thiện với môi trường

environmentally friendly

صَدِيقٌ لِلبِيئَة ekologický šetrný miljøvenlig umweltfreundlich φιλικός προς το περιβάλλον ecológico ympäristöystävällinen respectueux de l’environnement pogodan za okoliš ecologico 環境にやさしい 친환경적인 milieuvriendelijk miljøvennlig przyjazny dla środowiska amigo do ambiente, benéfico ao meio-ambiente безвредный для окружающей среды miljövänlig เป็นมิตรกับสภาพแวดล้อม çevre dostu thân thiện với môi trường 环境友好型
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