Walmart takes bold steps towards safer chemicals

September 27, 2017 by  
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EDF details the giant retailer’s new goal of reducing its chemical footprint by 10 percent by 2022.

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GOJO: How we pioneered our chemical footprint reduction target

November 17, 2016 by  
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The company that invented Purell hand sanitizer finds it can only gain by reducing its chemical footprint by up to 50 percent by 2020.

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New Study Shows Rich People’s Bodies Are Filled With Unique Toxins

August 7, 2013 by  
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Sushi photo from Shutterstock It’s no secret that most adults in the US are bombarded with pollutants on a daily basis. But a recent study in Environment International has found that the chemical footprint of rich people’s bodies is very different from the toxins found in the middle and lower class. The study found that levels of mercury , arsenic, cesium, and thallium were all higher in more affluent subjects. Read the rest of New Study Shows Rich People’s Bodies Are Filled With Unique Toxins Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: BPA , chemical footprint , chemicals in sunscreen , cigarettes , Health , heavy metal exposure , mercury , oxybenzone , packaged foods , rich vs poor , smoking , socioeconomic differences , toxic burden , toxin exposure        

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Sushi photo from Shutterstock It’s no secret that most adults in the US are bombarded with pollutants on a daily basis. But a recent study in Environment International has found that the chemical footprint of rich people’s bodies is very different from the toxins found in the middle and lower class. The study found that levels of mercury , arsenic, cesium, and thallium were all higher in more affluent subjects. Read the rest of New Study Shows Rich People’s Bodies Are Filled With Unique Toxins Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: BPA , chemical footprint , chemicals in sunscreen , cigarettes , Health , heavy metal exposure , mercury , oxybenzone , packaged foods , rich vs poor , smoking , socioeconomic differences , toxic burden , toxin exposure        

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Why every company has a chemical footprint

April 19, 2013 by  
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We need a metric that will help businesses evaluate chemicals just as they evaluate their water, carbon, energy and waste footprints.

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We need a metric that will help businesses evaluate chemicals just as they evaluate their water, carbon, energy and waste footprints.

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Solar power finally makes more energy than it uses

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To get the global solar industry to its present state required huge amounts of (often dirty) energy; solar now has repaid that carbon debt in full.

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Solar power finally makes more energy than it uses

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To get the global solar industry to its present state required huge amounts of (often dirty) energy; solar now has repaid that carbon debt in full.

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