What can I do with an object I own made with dangerous plastics?
What does the recycling symbol on the bottom of a plastic object mean?
What is BPA?
Do plastics become more dangerous over time?
What are the most common household products that contain BPA?
What can parents look for on the packaging of children’s toys to avoid dangerous plastics?
Can BPA leach out when it is not heated?
Is styrofoam dangerous?
What feasible steps can I take to help with BPA?
How do we know PVC is dangerous?
Where in your home are harmful chemicals found?
Is PVC piping dangerous?
What are the main chemicals parents should worry about in schools?
What can consumers do to help with dangerous PVC?
What household cleaning chemicals should I be concerned about?
What types of cosmetics are harmful chemicals found in?
How can I tell if a cleaning product is “green”?
What plastics should I avoid buying?
Are safer plastics more expensive?
How do these harmful chemicals from plastics enter our bodies?
What happens to plastic when I put it in the microwave?
Are harmful plastics dangerous if they are not heated?