Consumidores y grupos de salud llevan a cabo más de 65 reuniones con gerentes de tiendas y manifestaciones contra sustancias químicas toxicas encontradas en productos de dollar tree. Lee el comunicado de prensa.
Shoppers and Health Groups Hold Over 65 Store Manager Meetings and Demonstrations Against Toxic Chemicals Found in Dollar Tree Products. Read the press release.
Researchers Develop Hazard Assessment for Nanomaterials: Analysis Uncovers Health and Environmental Hazards in Nanosilver Products Already on Store Shelves, Points to Haphazard Oversight and Regulation by EPA [Read the press release]
New study from NRDC: 45 chemicals in dust--some are linked to cancer, hormone disruption, or decreased sperm quality. Infants and young children are most at risk, as they play on the floor, crawl around, put their hands in their mouths. #toxicdust
KUNM News Story: Shoppers Urge Dollar Stores To Go Nontoxic.
New report finds BPA in 67% of food cans tested. ALL lab tested Dollar General, Dollar Tree, Family Dollar, 99 Cents Only bean and tomato cans had toxic BPA. Find out if this toxic chemical is lurking in your food: bit.ly/25vfzRZ
Hackensack University Medical Center is taking steps with American Sustainable Business Council to eliminate toxics and replace them with safer alternatives. Take a look here.
Dollar store deals: Study shows many bargain items may be hazardous to your health.
Smart companies are disclosing chemicals in their products and replacing hazardous chemicals with proven safer substitutes. Learn how.
Fox 17 WZTV Nashville coverage of our November 12, 2015 campaign efforts at Dollar General headquarters.
Inglewood Today news coverage of demonstration held outside 99 Cents Only headquarters in LA.
KABC-7 ABC TV in Los Angeles aired this story about the Campaign for Healthier Solutions event at 99 Cents Only national HQ.
The Campaign for Healthier Solutions is at the 99 Cents Only HQ in LA right now! Find out how you can support their campaign today!
Feminine Product Makers to Disclose Ingredients. Health advocates are winning groundbreaking actions by major companies.
Toxic Chemicals Found in Babies "R" Us Products. Read the product testing results from the Getting Ready for Baby campaign here.
Target Expands List of Chemicals It Wants Out of Consumer Goods. Will other companies follow suit? Find out about Target's action.
Safer substitutes show growth potential. The market for "green chemistry" is projected to grow from $11 billion in 2015 to nearly $100 billion by 2020.
The end is near for phthalate plasticizers. Read the blog from Healthy Building Network on how the market for toxic plasticizers in building materials is closing.
United Nations votes to ban PCP. Read an editorial representing affected arctic communities in the Alaska Dispatch News.