EPA’s first major decision under the 2016 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) reform law is the choice of which chemicals to review first. The law requires that the agency choose at least ten chemicals from its existing Work Plan list within 180 days of enactment.
I have a bone to pick with our favorite Pacific Northwest company. Part of the “Costco Code of Ethics” is to “take care of our members.” But it turns out that they aren’t taking care of their members when it comes to toxic chemicals.
NGO encourages Walmart to expand list of chemicals, challenges other retailers to follow suit
Environmental health advocates rally outside of Kroger Annual Shareholder Meeting and questions Kroger’s CEO
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