Keep the Poison Plastic Off Your Back-to-School Shopping List!
The Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ) is proud to announce the release of our Back-to-School Guide to PVC-Free School Supplies to help you make healthy shopping choices that are safer for your kids, your community and the environment. Many children’s school supplies, such as lunchboxes, backpacks and binders, are often made out of PVC—a toxic plastic that is dangerous to our health and the environment. This guide lists the most common back-to-school supplies made out of toxic PVC and suggests safer PVC-free products in over 20 product categories.
Before you download the guide, we'd like to invite you to sign up for CHEJ's PVC Action Network e-list and CHEJ's E-Bulletin to receive monthly action alerts and updates (no more than a few a month) by filling out your information and clicking "submit". This is a free and easy way to get involved in the campaign for safer PVC-free school supplies and be the first to know about new resources such as the Back to School Guide to PVC-Free School Supplies. This will also enable us to keep count of how many PVC-free guides we distributed to parents.
To sign up and download the free Back-to-School Guide to PVC-Free School Supplies, please fill out the form below. After you click Submit, the download will automatically begin. The guide is in Adobe PDF format.
If you don't want to sign up, you can also just download the guide here.
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Questions? Contact Mike Schade, CHEJ's PVC Campaign Coordinator at mike(at)chej.org or 212-964-3680. Thanks.