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Toxic-Free Future
Join Safer Chemicals Healthy Families and Campaign for Healthier Solutions - CHS next Wednesday for a live discussion about which dollar store retailers are taking action to protect you from toxic chemicals, and which retailers are still lagging behind. ... See MoreSee Less
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Toxic-Free Future
ICYMI: Watch our IG Live with Beautycounter's Lindsay Dahl and Sophia Huda of WE ACT for Environmental Justice as we look at how retailers are (and aren't) addressing toxic chemicals in beauty products, how women of color are particularly exposed to harmful chemicals in products, and what you can do about it. ... See MoreSee Less
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"But wait. What if those single-use plastic plates are replaced by PFAS-coated disposable paper plates? We have solved one toxic problem only to create another. We know this issue well: regrettable substitution. " #PlasticFreeJuly https://t.co/KwxG3szhP1 https://t.co/NqD83lV29C
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Washington state is moving forward with #PFAS drinking water standards. We can’t wait for @EPA to do the same. https://t.co/0vs9Jjc5g3 https://t.co/zLek7x5Kx9
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"This policy sets a strong national precedent that sends a clear signal to industry that we need to move quickly toward safer chemistry and away from toxic chemicals like PFAS.” Another state taking strong action against #PFAS in products! #BanPFAS https://t.co/pcFWLPcEj9 https://t.co/CGiT7OYo71
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The U.S. House followed the lead of several states in passing the PFAS Action Act - a bill that would regulate #PFAS levels in air and drinking water. Now on to the Senate, who will hopefully take quick action to pass this important bill into law! https://t.co/6PrVKIMUCA https://t.co/ykJwnBK094
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@seattletimes: A Seattle study of 50 women found a pervasive class of chemicals called PFAS in their breast milk. Despite contaminants, researchers say that benefits of breast feeding still far outweigh risks posed by chemicals. https://t.co/fx5jTlg3Tn
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Unacceptable. With toxic #PFAS found in our drinking water, our bodies...even our breast milk (https://t.co/umCLGURIfE), @EPA should be protecting us from additional exposure to PFAS, not authorizing its use in fracking! #BanPFAS https://t.co/XgjentUnsl https://t.co/O14ub8KHKt
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Our breast milk study, featured in the @seattletimes: "This study provides more evidence that current-use PFAS are building up in people. What this means is that we need to address the entire class of PFAS chemicals, not just legacy-use variations." https://t.co/zFWhhPFjBT https://t.co/ihVkrI7ayJ
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For #WorldOrcaDay, tell @EcologyWA to use the Safer Products for Washington Act to stop #toxic pollution that can harm orcas. Your action today can help protect the health of people and orcas for generations to come! https://t.co/xAbPhGkk1a https://t.co/ToDwuOs0Ry
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The new #CappedWithToxics report found phthalates in bottle caps from major brands such as @martinellis, @Guayaki, and @SimpleTruth4U. Phthalates can harm reproductive health and brain development in young children. Find out more: https://t.co/S04UmgOI4M https://t.co/MhTfLn7vPA
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