Chicago tribune article on flame retardants
Jun 26, 2012 (Robert Durell, Chicago Tribune) California state Sen. Mark Leno, who has repeatedly tried but failed to reduce the use of flame retardants in furniture and baby products, accused Citizens forJul 10, 2012 Citing the Tribune's Playing With Fire investigation, which exposed a deceptive, decadeslong campaign by the tobacco and chemical industries to promote flame retardants, the lawmakers called for chicago tribune article on flame retardants
ACC responds to Chicago Tribune story on flame retardant research However, based on the Chicago Tribunes recent story on flame retardants, it appears the Tribune is more interested in attacking the credibility, character, and work of individual, highlyrespected scientists who are now engaged in flame retardant research, rather than
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Sep 20, 2017 (Sara D. DavisChicago Tribune 2012) Michael Hawthorne Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune. For the first time a federal agency is moving to outlaw an entire class of toxic flame retardants
According to another article in the Chicago Tribune series on flame retardants, there has been a decadeslong campaign of deception that has loaded the furniture and electronics in American homes with pounds of toxic chemicals linked to cancer, neurological deficits, developmental problems and impaired fertility, and it all started with Big
May 05, 2012 Flame retardants hard to avoid. By Sam Roe, Michael Hawthorne, David Eads, Katie Nieland, and Joe Germuska Her tests showed the center's regular foam mattresses were treated with one of the flame retardant chemicals she studies. Chicago Tribune, 435 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago
Mar 19, 2019 (Zbigniew Bzdak, Chicago Tribune) Rick Coffey, president of McCreary Modern, a North Carolina furniture maker, now makes flame retardantfree products and said the transition has been relatively easy.
Aug 15, 2012 Facing criticism from federal and state lawmakers, the world's leading manufacturers of flame retardants say they are reviewing their advocacy efforts, (Alex Garcia, Chicago Tribune)
The Chicago Tribune article exposed the facts: flame retardants enable fires. Flame retardants are a massive fraud. Too bad you glossed over this major report in favor of platitudes designed to accommodate an industry that has no right to exist in the first place.
A tremendous Chicago Tribune investigation into flameretardant chemical manufacturers shows how they push their poisons on an unsuspecting public despite repeated findings that their products do nothing to prevent or delay fires. Its a sordid tale of powerful corporations, paid shills, and
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