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The study finds that people w/ the highest levels of #phthalates had a greater risk of death from any cause. That's why we're working in Washington state to make sure they are regulated as a class and banned from products like cosmetics and vinyl flooring. ... See MoreSee Less
While @EPA's announcement is a start, it doesn't go nearly far enough to protect people from #PFAS. EPA must follow the lead of states like WA that have taken prevention-based action, banning PFAS in products and identifying safer alternatives.
The study finds that people w/ the highest levels of #phthalates had a greater risk of death from any cause.
That's why we're working in WA state to make sure they are regulated as a class and banned from products like cosmetics and vinyl flooring.
@saferstates: #StatesInTheLead are taking action against these harmful chemicals in consumer products. The state of Washington is currently pursuing regulatory action on phthalates in personal care products, cosmetics, & vinyl flooring.
Thank you @ToxFreeFuture for helping make this happen! https://t.co/LC5TKEOZ1m
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Join our science director, Erika Schreder, and the League of Women Voters Upper Mississippi River Region for a free webinar on the health impacts of #PFAS and how it ends up in our drinking water.
Register by 10/1!