Making the switch to safer options is easier and cheaper than you think! Here are 5 simple ways to wipe out the toxic chemicals from your cleaning routine this spring and all year round!
Women across California are hosting Green Cleaning Parties in support of The Cleaning Product Right to Know Act (SB 258). Introduced by State Sen. Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens), SB 258 will give Californians access to information on hazardous ingredients in the cleaning products they use, including chemicals used in fragrance mixtures—both on the product label and online. If the bill passes, it would be the first such law to take effect in the nation.
The fragrance can be the most toxic part about conventional cleaning products. Other aspects of them can be dangerous, but only if you touch or ingest them. Guest post by Lisa Bronner.
Cleaning products used in your home impact the indoor air quality, your health and the environment. Get simple tips to ensure a people- and planet-friendly clean home this spring and all year long!
The lesson here is that we need mandatory ingredient disclosure through the passage of legislation that requires ALL companies to disclose in a uniform manner. Standardized disclosure will make it easier for buyers to find ingredient information, no matter the brand.
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Organization Women’s Voices for the Earth seeks to reduce exposure to unregulated toxic chemicals Contact: Sian Wu, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-701-4734 Cassidy Randall, email@example.com, 406-543-3747 MISSOULA, Mont.... Read More
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