Toxic-Free Fashion: CEH Gets Retailers to Remove Hazardous Chemical from Jewelry

Toxic-Free Fashion: CEH Gets Retailers to Remove Hazardous Chemical from Jewelry

Consumer advocate nonprofit Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has announced it has reached legally binding agreements with seven fast-fashion companies to remove the toxic metal cadmium from jewelry sold in stores and online across the country. Independent testing commissioned by CEH had found jewelry items sold at major national retailers, mostly at Ross, contained high levels of cadmium; many had metal components that were over 90% cadmium.

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CEH has been receiving questions about our recent legal action against companies that make e-cigarettes and vaping products. We welcome an open exchange on the topic. Below are some responses to the more frequently asked questions. Q: Do you want everyone to stop...

Dumb Ways To Lie

We recently announced that three major mall stores continue to sell lead-tainted purses, belts and shoes, even years after they agreed to stop. Many of you sent emails to the stores to demand change. If you emailed the companies, you may have received a response from...