What can a state do to solve national problems?
Just ask a Safer States partner. State by state, these health and environmental groups fight for—and win—solutions to the problems of our nation’s flawed chemical policies. And through Safer States, they unite to show the nation the way to a cleaner, healthier economy that eliminates hazardous chemicals from everyday products.
States are leading the charge
State organizations are helping enact policy to protect people from harmful chemicals. Is your state one of them?
The chemical crisis is real
Of the 84,000 chemicals on the inventory with The Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), only 200 have been required to undergo health and safety testing before going to market, and only 5 have been restricted under the act.
From standing up for safer products on store shelves to exposing the dirty tactics of the chemical industry, concerned citizens are finding ways to make their voices heard. And they're making sure toxics policies echo far beyond the halls of government, changing our daily lives for the better.
states considering toxic chemical policy in 2015.
bills have been adopted by states to ban toxic chemicals from products.
bills to regulate toxic chemicals have been introduced in 2015.
May 11, 2015
Home Depot and Lowe's have agreed to phase out toxic phthalates from their vinyl flooring by the end of 2015. Why? Because people who vote with their dollars want safer products.
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