Last year, EPA proposed bans on two toxic chemicals found in paint strippers, and a third chemical solvent. But now the Trump administration is dragging it's feet and leaving workers and consumers at risk of illness, and even death.
Who's Minding the Store, the 2017 Retailer Report Card was released recently. Act now to contact nine retailers who are failing to protect consumers.
Every three years, Connecticut examines and adjusts our energy policy to make sure it is serving our best interests.
Connecticut's bottle deposit law (a.k.a. the Bottle Bill) is a convenient and proven-effective way to increase recycling and keep our environment free from bottles and cans that would otherwise litter our roadways, beaches, and open spaces. According to national recycling data, states with deposit systems in place have container recycling rates that are more than twice as high as states without a bottle deposit, making the Bottle Bill one of the most effective environmental laws in Connecticut—ever!