Science

We conduct our own research to solve real-world problems.

Read Studies

Advocacy

We work to protect health and environment from toxic chemicals.

Learn More

Results

We win stronger protections from toxic chemicals.

Learn More

Facebook

Toxic-Free Future staff were in Olympia this morning to urge the Department of Ecology to strengthen a state program that requires reporting of toxic chemicals in toys, kids' clothing, and personal care products. You can help too! TAKE ACTION by sending a letter of support to Ecology: bit.ly/2oDcOQV ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

We marched for science and science-based policies that protect our health and environment. Thanks to all who came out and joined us! March For Science - Seattle ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Twitter

Dorm life isn't all it's cracked up to be! Sources of toxic flame retardants include furniture & other items contai… https://t.co/7pW27z1DAy
h J R
RT @SierraClub: "EPA's drastic budget cuts will affect the health of children" - pediatrician Dr. Jennifer Lowry: https://t.co/wDfqlAdeiR #…
h J R
We marched for science & science-based policies to protect our health and environment! Thanks everyone for coming o… https://t.co/kxKvSsAUaa
h J R
CVS Announces Removal of Harmful Chemicals From Beauty Products via @TeenVogue https://t.co/Y1KKPgcgvq
h J R
RT @Reuters: ‘We’re dooming future generations’: What Trump’s lead program cuts could mean: https://t.co/NngqunX9tR https://t.co/bwmo1R0moG
h J R
.@EcologyWA proposing changes to landmark program requiring reporting of #toxics in kids' products… https://t.co/4XX9IWFXso
h J R
Check out these awesome signs from our sign-making party last night! Only 2 more days until the @SciMarchSeattle!… https://t.co/9biaacRyvF
h J R
Hmm...sounds like a challenge to us! https://t.co/bBcQ3aHmkb
h J R