A Safe and Healthy Connecticut

Clean Water campaigns statewide and locally to reduce and eliminate toxic chemical exposures in our everyday lives - in buildings, schools, and workplaces, air, water and food, and in consumer products.

Pushing for safer chemicals at Shaw's Market

The Fight for Safer Chemicals - July 2016

Despite public outcry against BPA, a recent report showed that 67% of the nearly 200 canned food items collected in 19 states (including CT) and 1 Canadian province had BPA-based epoxy in the lining and/or lid of the can! 

The Fight for Safer Chemicals - May 2015

In this issue: Mind the Store, reducing toxic chemicals in state purchasing, and more.

Test tubes, table of elements. Photo credit: Ben Schonewille / Shutterstock

Taking on the Toxic Soup - Why We Fight for Safer Chemicals

From before we are born until the time we die, we are repeatedly and regularly exposed to toxic chemicals with the potential to seriously harm our health. Toxic chemicals can be found in our homes, schools and workplaces – in products we use on a daily basis.

From We All Live Downstream

Hartford skyline and Connecticut River. Photo credit: Sean Pavone / iStock
February 25, 2019

CT Member Survey Results

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January 15, 2019

At the 2018 annual Safer States meeting, state leads, scientists, lawyers and advocates from across the U.S, discussed the stark reality of the health and environmental impacts of per and polyfluorinated chemicals, commonly referred to as PFAS.

Rubber crumb artificial turf
January 31, 2018

This guest blog by Louis W. Burch, CT Program Director, Citizens Campaign for the Environment, covers the health risks from exposure to recycled tire rubber.