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Finding great childcare requires a bit of detective work and delicate balancing as parents weigh priorities. Consider placing environmental health near the top of your checklist to minimize children’s exposure to harmful chemicals. Here are ten questions to ask.
If you’ve been following our tips on choosing safer products you may have old products in your cupboards waiting to be discarded. It may surprise you to learn that those household products you could so readily buy at the neighborhood store actually require disposal as hazardous waste. The turn of the year is the perfect time to tackle the cupboards. You know, out with the old, in with the new! Read on for how to dispose of household hazardous waste.
Are you buying back-to-school clothing to replace the worn out and the outgrown? Under the Children’s Safe Products Act, toxic metals, phthalates and formaldehyde were reported to the Washington State Department of Ecology by makers and retailers of children’s clothing.