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CEH Statement on the California Recall Election 2021

CEH Statement on the California Recall Election 2021

As a 25-year-old organization leading the nationwide effort to protect people from toxic chemicals, the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) supports the results of the California Recall Election and calls on Governor Gavin Newsom to follow through on his commitments...
New Testing Shows High Levels of BPA in Socks

New Testing Shows High Levels of BPA in Socks

OAKLAND, CA – The Center for Environmental Health (CEH) sent legal notices to 42 companies today after extensive testing showed BPA in baby, children’s, and women’s socks at up to 19 times over the safe limit of the chemical, according to California law. 

Grist: The EPA may finally reckon with aviation’s dirty secret

Grist: The EPA may finally reckon with aviation’s dirty secret

Optimistic that President Joe Biden’s administration will take action to address the largest remaining source of airborne lead emissions in the country, a coalition of environmental advocacy organizations joined forces with California’s Santa Clara County on Tuesday to press the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, to classify leaded aviation gasoline air pollution as a danger to public health and the environment. An EPA-issued finding on this matter would allow the federal government to propose regulatory standards to address the harm caused by a highly toxic additive in aviation fuel.