PAQ member, Erin, shares her experience in helping a local preschool replace quats, and also offers helpful tips to help you get started quitting quats in your community.
TVs containing hazardous flame retardants can release them into the air and dust—exposing a family in their own home.
If Clorox is OK using quats given all the health and safety data pointing to concerns about these chemicals, what else are they using that is not good for your health?
Join the growing coalition or environmental, health, justice organizations -- and researchers, scientists and healthcare providers -- to tell Summer's Eve toxic and hidden ingredients are not ok!
We need to be real that what’s happening to our climate is connected to what’s found in the products under our sinks, in our cabinets, and on our shelves.
WVE’s commissioned independent testing of scented Playtex Sport tampons and Stayfree pads turned up hidden carcinogens, reproductive toxins and irritants. This is unacceptable and underscores... Read More
New York's Child Safe Products Act requires product makers to disclose chemicals of concern and restricting some of the most harmful. But for the bill to become law, Governor Cuomo must sign it. Take action to make sure that he does!
Take action for safer tampons and pads! Legislation has been introduced that will require ALL manufacturers of tampons and pads to disclose ingredients.
The Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act will give the EPA the authority to ban the deadly substance asbestos. U.S. Sen. Tester is an original co-sponsor of the bill. U.S. Senator Daines has yet to show his support.