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CEH Responds to U.S. EPA Designating Two ‘Forever Chemicals’ as Hazardous Substances

CEH Responds to U.S. EPA Designating Two ‘Forever Chemicals’ as Hazardous Substances

The Center for Environmental Health (CEH) applauds the U.S. EPA for designating PFOA and PFOS, two of the most studied Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), ...
CEH Work Study Digest

CEH Work Study Digest

Meet CEH\'s Work Study students and learn how they\'ve helped advance CEH\'s mission while on our team. The UC Berkeley Work Study program gives students ...
Single-Use to Reusable: How Plastic-Free Materials Impact Microplastics in the Environment

Single-Use to Reusable: How Plastic-Free Materials Impact Microplastics in the Environment

In honor of Earth Month, we at the Center for Environmental Health invite you to join us as we launch a blog series of “connecting ...
Victory! EPA Says ‘Forever Chemicals’ Must Be Removed From Tap Water

Victory! EPA Says ‘Forever Chemicals’ Must Be Removed From Tap Water

For the first time, the federal government announced today a requirement for municipal water systems to remove six synthetic chemicals linked to cancer and other ...
CEH Reaches Agreement with Leather Companies to Eliminate Toxic Metal Known as ‘Hex Chrome’

CEH Reaches Agreement with Leather Companies to Eliminate Toxic Metal Known as ‘Hex Chrome’

The Alameda Superior Court recently approved a precedent-setting, industry-wide settlement between the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) and 28 leather footwear and glove companies, including ...
A Community’s Fight Against Air Pollution from Aviation Fuel

A Community’s Fight Against Air Pollution from Aviation Fuel

Maria Reyes is a Cassell community member and activist in San Jose, California living near the Reid-Hillview Airport. The following are words she wrote about ...
Kizzy Charles-Guzman on a Short and Suite Podcast

Kizzy Charles-Guzman on a Short and Suite Podcast

Kizzy Charles-Guzman, CEO at Center for Environmental Health sits down with Latoya Antonio and Robin Glasco to talk environmental justice, women\'s health, and ways to ...
We’re Hiring! Senior Director, Toxic Exposures and Pollution Prevention Program  

We’re Hiring! Senior Director, Toxic Exposures and Pollution Prevention Program  

Do you love making a difference in people’s lives? Then a career at CEH may be right for you. Read more below on our latest ...
Clearing the Skies: A Call to End the Silent Threat of Leaded Aviation Fuel

Clearing the Skies: A Call to End the Silent Threat of Leaded Aviation Fuel

When you think about sources of toxic lead exposure, you might recall the bans on leaded fuel for cars 27 years ago or leaded paint ...

What’s the Deal with Toxics in Furniture?

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 ...
Four Indigenous Activists Making Environmental Health History

Four Indigenous Activists Making Environmental Health History

November is Native American Heritage month! This and all months, we celebrate and honor the histories, cultures, and contributions of Native American heritage. ...
Toxic Déjà Vu: How CEH is eliminating a toxic chemical in personal care products…again

Toxic Déjà Vu: How CEH is eliminating a toxic chemical in personal care products…again

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 ...
New Fact Sheet Reveals the Worst Plastics

New Fact Sheet Reveals the Worst Plastics

Today NRDC released a fact sheet in partnership with the Break Free From Plastic movement highlighting the worst and most toxic plastics. ...
Victory: EPA Issues Final Endangerment Finding on Aircraft Lead Pollution

Victory: EPA Issues Final Endangerment Finding on Aircraft Lead Pollution

EPA estimates that emissions from these airplanes account for about 70% of lead released into the air. ...
Kizzy Charles-Guzman Takes the Helm at CEH

Kizzy Charles-Guzman Takes the Helm at CEH

CEH protects people from toxic chemicals by working with communities, consumers, workers, government, and the private sector to demand and support business practices that are ...
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