Mind the Store
See what retailers can do to really get tough on toxics and keep their customers safe.
Walmart announced today that it will phase out the use of the toxic chemicals methylene chloride and N-methylpyrrolidone (NMP) in paint removal products it sells in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Central America, and on walmart.com by February 2019.
When an item is physically small, it may not convey the impact it has on the world. Paper receipts are small slips that carry with them vast environmental costs and can pose risks to our health through direct contact.
Advocates call on Pruitt EPA to end delay, protect Americans from toxic products
Second U.S. retailer to act following multiple deaths and EPA inaction
Lowe’s Commits to End Sale of Toxic Paint Stripping Products; First U.S. Retailer to Act Following Multiple Deaths and EPA Inaction
Nationwide actions urge ban on toxic methylene chloride after four consumers died since EPA proposed restrictions.
Representative Pallone and Representative Lowey stand up for victims of deadly paint strippers.
The case for Lowe’s and other retailers to stop selling dangerous paint strippers has never been stronger.
Advocates call on The Home Depot to also ban toxic paint strippers containing deadly and dangerous chemicals
Learning and developmental disabilities groups urge Lowe’s to protect babies from toxic paint strippers
Today a group of leading public health organizations, including the Learning Disabilities Association of America and Autism Society, publicly called on Lowe’s to protect kids from toxic paint strippers.