Good news! On the same day our new study showing toxic flame retardants remain in TVs is released, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission votes to begin banning some flame retardants from certain consumer products, including TVs. WATCH KOMO's coverage of our report and the CPSC decision. ... See MoreSee Less
Chemicals used as fire retardants have been a hot button for decades.Environmental health experts say some of the chemicals have been linked to cancer, reproductive problems, learning disabilities and...
READ NOW: Study released today by Toxic-Free Future and Clean Production Action finds a new toxic TV reality: TVs contain toxic flame retardants that can escape TVs and end up in household dust. ... See MoreSee Less
BREAKING: Our new study finds TVs contain toxic flame retardants that can escape TVs and contaminate house dust in homes. The study also found two TVs still contain a toxic flame retardant that has been banned for nearly a decade in Washington and four other states. Policymakers, manufacturers, and retailers must change this toxic TV reality! ... See MoreSee Less
The use of toxic nonstick chemicals like PFAS is not a local problem, it is a global problem. Families in Australia are experiencing the same thing that thousands in Washington state are dealing with. ... See MoreSee Less
A new study says some 6 million people have drinking water contaminated with cancer-causing nonstick PFAS chemicals. Count Washingtonians among those 6 million. This year thousands across Washington state learned their drinking water contains these harmful chemicals. That's why we're asking the state to enact drinking water standards to protect residents' health! ... See MoreSee Less
Millions of Americans may be drinking toxic water, Harvard study findsAlejandro Davila Fragoso Aug 9, 2016, 12:01 pmSHAREFacebookTwitterEmailSMSWhatsAppShareHoosick Falls residents hold signs during a...