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When you think about what you want your office furniture to do or to be, you most likely focus on how comfortable it is, how easy to clean it is, or how it will look in the space. Whether that piece of furniture at work can exacerbate your asthma or even potentially make you more susceptible to developing chronic conditions like cancer is probably not one of your top considerations.
Nearly a decade ago, the Center for Environmental Health took legal action to eliminate the use of a cancer-causing chemical commonly found in soaps and shampoos. Last month, CEH rediscovered it in three products being sold at dollar stores.
A little-known American company has been giving plastic a special touch called fluorination for 40 years. After the EPA discovered treated containers can leach “forever chemicals,” the company refused to stop.
Bipartisan Letter Calls on EPA to Rigorously Assess PFAS Risks Under the Toxic Substances Control Act
The bipartisan group of lawmakers called for increased transparency regarding how the EPA plans to consider PFAS Significant New Use Notices under the Toxic Substances Control Act.
The massive fire at an eastern Indiana recycling plant last week that has forced evacuation orders for more than 2,000 people is only the latest illustration of those in power’s willingness to sacrifice our communities to sustain their addiction to fossil fuels.