The group that fought for (& won) Connecticut's BPA bans. Now running the CT Campaign for Toxic-Free Kids.

Kids Toxic-Free Photos

The coalition has launched a new photo project aimed at empowering families to take a stand against toxic chemical use in children’s products. Want to submit a photo? Simply download the poster of your choice from below, print it out and snap a photo of your kid(s) or yourself holding the sign. Email it to: ahulick@cleanwater.org. Easy at that. (Please note that by emailing a photo you are agreeing to allow the coalition to display it on our website)

Download a sign:

I want to be toxic-free (for use by a child)

I want my child to be toxic-free

I want my grand-child to be toxic free

Gallery:

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About the Coalition:

Mission:
Our mission is to correct the fundamental flaws in government policies that allow harm to our health and environment.

Our Goals:
1. Protect our health and our children, workers, communities and the environment
2. Support a Healthy State Economy
3. Enhance Security & Public Safety

Our Tweets

  • RT @SaferChemicals: If the administration wants improvements in chemical security to be part of its legacy, it has no time to waste.... 2 days ago
  • RT @NRDC: Streams & wetlands are essential for clean #beaches. Support EPA's #CleanWater Protection rule & swim safer!... 2 days ago
  • Kevin Hunt: Are These Chemicals In Your Deodorant, Shampoo, Soap Or Cosmetics? Thanks @Courant for getting the word out!... 2 days ago
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