Wow, that's a lot of money! A new study finds endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in such products as plastic bottles, cosmetics and toys, could be costing the US up to $340 billion per year in healthcare costs. Researchers report the largest cost comes from chemical effects on children’s developing brains. Endocrine-disrupting chemicals include bisphenol A, toxic flame retardants, and pesticides. Yet another reason to stop using these harmful chemicals. ... See MoreSee Less
I'm curious if anyone here has looked into this product? Their claims make it look like a natural fit for those of us looking for non-toxic cleaners, and the machine you buy to make it seems like cool technology. I'm wondering if anyone else has looked into it and if there are any known drawbacks? ... See MoreSee Less
Come work with us! Are you a hard-working, passionate problem solver who wants to help fight for a toxic-free future? If this is you, consider applying to be our Senior Campaigner. Apply by October 20th. toxicfreefuture.org/employment/... See MoreSee Less
Want to help fight for a toxic-free future? Are you a hard-working, passionate problem solver? If this is you, consider applying to be our Senior Campaigner. Senior Campaigner Job Posting Position Sum...
We analyzed reports from companies selling kids' products in Washington state and found that thousands of reports filed show kids' products still contain harmful chemicals, like cancer-causing formaldehyde and toxic flame retardants. Two companies may even be violating state standards for cadmium in their products. ... See MoreSee Less