Help us fight for a toxic-free future! To win we need people like you to stand up for the issues you care about.

Tell Your Senator: Support the Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act!

SB 5703, the Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act, would ban some of the most concerning chemicals used in cosmetic products, including PFAS, phthalates, formaldehyde, and parabens. Tell your senator to support this important bill!

Act Now

Tell Washington State Department of Ecology that you support restricting toxic chemicals that are contaminating our homes, drinking water, food, and people!

Safer Products for Washington empowers the Washington State Department of Ecology to protect sensitive populations and sensitive species from chemicals that are threatening health and the environment. The Department of Ecology has proposed restrictions that are some of the strongest in the nation. Tell the Department of Ecology that you support restrictions in these categories.

Act Now

Tell Congress: Ban Toxic Food Packaging!

Bills to ban PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) from all food contact materials have been introduced in Congress. Washington state was the first state to ban PFAS in food packaging and six other states have followed. Now it is time for all people across the nation to have equal protection! Will you send a message to your members of Congress?

Act Now

Tell REI: Stop Leaving a Toxic Trail of Pollution

The outdoor gear industry has a toxic secret. Many popular outdoor brands use PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) to waterproof their products—from jackets to boots. REI is the perfect company to lead the industry away from these toxic chemicals. Tell REI to ban PFAS from all of its products now!

Read more about our national campaign calling on REI to phase out and ban PFAS in all private-label and brand-name products it sells.

Act Now

Tell EPA Administrator Michael Regan to ban methylene chloride from paint strippers for commercial uses.

Though methylene chloride-based paint strippers are banned from consumer products, they can still be used in the workplace. Tell the Biden EPA: Protect all of us by banning these deadly paint strippers.

Act Now

Tell the Department of Ecology to Use Safer Products for Washington to Protect the Health of People and Orcas!

The Department of Ecology (Ecology) has a huge opportunity to use the Safer Products for Washington Act to stop toxic pollution that can harm orcas. Please urge Ecology to use its authority under the Safer Products for Washington law to take swift, strong action on high-priority chemicals.

Act Now

Tell the Department of Ecology that Toxic Chemicals Don't Belong in Baby's First Food

Our recent, peer-reviewed study on PFAS in breast milk found that 100% of the breast milk samples tested contained toxic PFAS, and detections are doubling every four years. Tell the Department of Ecology that toxic chemicals don’t belong in baby’s first food! 

Act Now

Tell these retailers to protect customers from toxic chemicals!

The latest annual report card scoring retailer actions on toxic chemicals is out, but 12 of the 50 companies graded this year still earned Fs. Tell the members of the 2021 “Toxic Hall of Shame” to step up!

Act Now

Tell Burger King: Stop making toxic trash!

Testing has found that PFAS are likely being used in packaging for multiple items at Burger King—including the Whopper. And they sell more than 2 million Whoppers a day. Tell Burger King to stop using these toxic chemicals in their food packaging. 

Act Now

Best Buy: Protect Americans From Toxic Plastic Chemicals Banned in European TVs

TVs containing hazardous flame retardants in their plastic casings can release them into the air and dust—exposing a family in their own home. Tell Best Buy, the #1 North American electronics retailer, to stop selling TVs with plastic containing toxic flame retardants families!

Sign Petition!

Demand chemical makers clean up the nonstick nightmare!

Up to 110 million Americans may have drinking water contaminated with nonstick “PFAS” chemicals. Enough is enough! It will cost billions to clean up the nonstick nightmare and right now, taxpayers are being asked to foot the bill.  It’s time to hold the chemical makers accountable. Sign the petition to #MakeThemPay! 

 

Sign Today!