Today the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) initiated legal action against athletic apparel giant Lululemon after independent lab testing found dangerous levels of cancer-causing nitrosamines in the brand’s latex yoga mat.
Oakland Groups Take Legal Action to Stop Toxic Diesel Pollution from Cannabis Growing Facility in East Oakland
Today nonprofit organizations Environmental Democracy Project and the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) joined with a resident group called the Oakland Cannery Collective to take legal action to stop a diesel-powered cannabis growing facility located in East Oakland from releasing cancer-causing diesel engine exhaust into the air.
New Report Exposes Forced Labor, Toxic Occupational Hazards, and Climate Warming Impacts of Vinyl Flooring Industry
Often signaled out as one of the most toxic plastics, PVC is used in a range of products from credit cards to pipes, and increasingly in vinyl flooring, including in so-called luxury vinyl tile, which is the leading export application for PVC manufactured in China.
Today, the environmental health watchdog, Center for Environmental Health (CEH), announced it has reached a legally binding, court-enforceable settlement with Estée Lauder and its subsidiaries, including MAC and Clinique brands. T
The settlement ensures that cosmetics like foundations and concealers manufactured under these brands will not contain any intentionally added PFOA or other fluorinated ingredients that are known to degrade to PFOA.
AT&T’s PacBell subsidiary will pull eight miles of decrepit telephone cable out of Lake Tahoe, where it has been leaching toxic lead into the lake’s water for decades, under a settlement agreement finalized last week in federal court in Sacramento.
California Governor Newsom’s signature today put in place a new law authored by Assembly Member Ting that bans PFAS in paper-based food packaging, requires disclosure of chemicals of concern (such as PFAS) in cookware, and prohibits misleading advertising about the presence of chemicals in cookware.
Testing by the CEH has found cancer-causing nitrosamines, NDEA, and NDMA in latex workout bands sold by major national brands, including Adidas, Amazon Basics…
Toxic chemical watchdog Center for Environmental Health is announcing a partnership with the Google Chrome extension and mobile app Clearya to help consumers make healthier choices when shopping online.