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Press Release October 6, 2010

Consumers To Get Household Cleaner Chemical Info, But Questions of How and When Remain

Public interest groups back swift timetable, ‘one-stop shopping’ ingredient info for consumers

Press Release February 17, 2009

Manufacturers Flout Law, Refuse to Disclose Toxics in Household Cleaners

Chemical disclosure could protect consumers, advocates fight for transparency

Press Release: Victory September 9, 2010

New York To Force Household Cleaner Giants To Reveal Chemical Ingredients

First-of-its kind disclosure cheered by health, consumer, worker, and environmental advocates

Press Release March 3, 2011

Groups Applaud Progress on Cleaning Product Chemical Right-To-Know Effort, Submit Response to State Proposal

Groups want full accounting of nerve and hormone damaging chemicals, even if companies want to keep info secret

Article June 16, 2010

Do you buy Arm & Hammer cleaning products? I used to.

Still waiting to see what’s in their products besides baking soda

Press Release February 4, 2010

Environmental and Health Groups Face Off Against Household Cleaner Giants in Court

National toxics reform movement grows, even as companies refuse to follow existing law

feature November 3, 2012

Coal Ash: Reports & Publications

Read reports and analysis from Earthjustice and our partners, which document the growing public health threat from coal ash, the hazardous waste that remains after coal is burned.

An oil refinery looms over the west side of Port Arthur, TX.
(Eric Kayne for Earthjustice)
feature April 27, 2018

A Disaster In The Making

A new report documents how people have been left in harm’s way, as the Trump administration attempts to block the Chemical Disaster Rule.

When cleaning product manufacturers assure you that product safety is their highest priority, do you ever wonder if their definition of “safe” might differ from yours?
(Women's Voices for the Earth / Josh Koonce, Flickr)
Article April 28, 2015

New Report Exposes Cleaning Industry's Filthy Truth

When cleaning product manufacturers assure you that product safety is their highest priority, do you ever wonder if their definition of “safe” might differ from yours?

From the Experts August 19, 2021

NOAA Just Named 31 Nations That Engage in Illegal or Unregulated Fishing. Here’s Why That’s a Step in the Right Direction.

This new approach will help the agency protect marine biodiversity.

Press Release April 25, 2023

New York Advocates and Elected Leaders Call for Green Transit and Green Jobs

Statewide Coalition and Elected Leaders Introduce Bill to Curb Transit Bus Tailpipe Emissions

Certain chemicals likely to be present in cleaning products can be toxic. Health advocates want a clear view of what's inside the bottle.
(Natali_Mis / Shutterstock)
Article March 2, 2018

What’s in Our Cleaning Products, Gov. Cuomo?

The New York governor promised to provide access to information about potentially harmful chemicals in household cleaning products. But he has not yet kept that promise.

People are exposed to chemicals in their communities, homes and workplaces every day, but often lack access to critical information about the safety of these chemicals.
Press Release April 25, 2017

What’s In Your Cleaning Product? Answers Are On The Way

New reporting requirements for cleaning product makers will inform public about ingredients, potential hazards

feature January 17, 2019

Special Report: Two Years of Overruling the Trump Administration

The record shows that the Trump’s efforts to weaken environmental regulations are no match for the law.

Children are especially at-risk because they come into greater contact with household dust than adults. The most effective solution is to ban products containing this entire class of chemicals.
(Cacaye / Flickr)
Press Release March 31, 2015

Health, Firefighter, Consumer and Science Groups Seek Ban on Household Products With Toxic Chemical Flame Retardants

97% of U.S. residents at risk from toxic organohalogen flame retardants in their bodies

page February 11, 2014

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About Our Team With 200 attorneys in 15 offices across the country, Earthjustice is the nation’s premier nonprofit environmental law organization, working at the federal, state, and local levels. Meet our Board of Trustees and the Earthjustice Council, and see bar admissions for our attorneys. Our team also includes legal and research analysts, policy and…

Shell Convent refinery in St. James Parish, Louisiana. (Alejandro Dávila Fragoso / Earthjustice)
Press Release April 14, 2023

Potential Graves of Enslaved Being Investigated at Proposed Air Products Blue Hydrogen and Ammonia Site in Cancer Alley

Company has not notified local communities of their investigation