"People don’t understand that we are being exposed all the time to a multitude of chemicals that impact our endocrine systems. Things that are in our products don’t stay put. They get into our dust...And if they get into our house or office dust, they get into us."When it's impossible to avoid these toxic chemicals in our daily lives, it becomes clear that we must regulate them, ban them, and find safer alternatives. ... See MoreSee Less
Because of your consumer demand, retailers are taking unprecedented action to protect customers from toxic chemicals!But a dozen companies graded in this year's Mind The Store retailer report card, like Burger King and Starbucks, still earned Fs. Will you send a message to the members of the 2021 Toxic Hall of Shame?Go to: actionnetwork.org/letters/2021-retailer-report-card ... See MoreSee Less
"The map of environmental health disparities illustrated what had long been known: Pollution in Washington has been concentrated in areas that are most often homes to people of color." The HEAL Act is an important piece of legislation that Toxic-Free Future supports. Environmental justice issues such as these are at the forefront of our work, and we hope that these first steps by Washington legislators will begin to resolve environmental inequities that disproportionately hurt BIPOC. ... See MoreSee Less
It's in our water, it's in our food...and it's in the dust in our houses. When it's impossible to avoid these #toxic chemicals in our daily lives, it becomes clear that we must regulate them, ban them, and find safer alternatives.
@SaferChemicals: Because of your demand, retailers are taking unprecedented action to protect customers from toxic chemicals!
But 12 companies graded in this year's #MindTheStore retailer report card like @Starbucks and @BurgerKing still earned Fs.
Send them a message: https://t.co/NMf5mLV50Ihttps://t.co/UHSeOuPW8A
As we kick off Global Asbestos Awareness Week, we're here to remind you that #asbestos is one of the most studied and dangerous toxic substances in the world, and yet it still has not been banned in the U.S.
The EPA must take action now! #2021GAAW