The new CEH report, Playing on Poisons, found that 90% of children's play furniture purchased from major retailers including Toys "R" Us contain harmful flame retardant chemicals. Fortunately, in January a new flammability standard will give companies easy ways to make safer products for our children, without toxic flame retardants. It's time for Toys "R" Us and other retailers to offer safer…
Protecting people from toxic chemicals by working with communities, consumers, workers, government,…Read More
Whether you’re a parent or not, keeping children safe is something you probably think about often. Keeping children safe from fires is just one of the many safety concerns that we all share. Decades ago, this concern led to a misguided effort to require the use of chemical flame retardants in…Read More
"These chemicals are frequently endocrine disruptors that mimic hormones, and mounting evidence links them to cancer, reproductive problems…Read More
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Did you know? A recent California study of house dust found flame retardant chemicals in all of the homes tested. Children, who are…Read More
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