Toxic Hot Seat Screening in Pittsburgh!
Women for a Healthy Environment, LDA and local firefighters are proud to co-host a screening of TOXIC HOT SEAT on March 26th at 7:30 pm at the Carmike-10 theater on Fort Couch Road. TOXIC HOT SEAT follows a courageous group of firefighters and mothers, journalists and scientists, politicians and activists as they fight to expose a deadly, multi-million dollar campaign of deception that’s left a toxic legacy in our homes and bodies - a campaign so cunning, it’s taken nearly 40 years to unravel. It’s time to “Give Toxics the Boot!” Following the screening, we will have a Q & A session with staff of WHE and LDA, as well as local firefighters who will describe how fighting fires has become more toxic over the years. Read more...
Purchase a WHE DIY kit today!
Perfect for bridal and baby showers, housewarmings and new dorms ...
WHE has developed three Do-It-Yourself (DIY) kits:
- Naturally Simple For You - a soothing face mask (includes Personal Care Product Safety brochure)
- Naturally Simple for Home - an effective all-pupose cleaner (includes Creating a Green Kitchen brochure)
- Naturally Simple for Baby - oh so soft baby massage oil (includes Green Guide for Raising a Healthy Baby.
The kits are natural, safe, non-toxic and plant-based! Each kit contains the product ingredients, DIY recipes, Women for a Healthy Environment educational brochure, and WHE's Top Twelve Toxins to avoid wallet card. This is the perfect gift for someone who wants to go green, but needs a little help! The kits are only $10.70 each (plus S & H). To purchase your kit today, click on this link, call us at 412-420-2290 or email info@WomenForAHealthyEnvironment.org!
FRAGRANCE-FREE DAY SHOULD BE EVERY DAY
WHE URGES SCHOOLS TO "SKIP THE SCENTS"
We all want to learn and work in a pleasant environment, but some of the products we use in schools and office settings are unwittingly putting ourselves at risk and potentially costing businesses millions of dollars. Asthma is the most chronic disease that affects Americans of all ages, approximately 40 million people. Studies have shown that certain cleaning products used in offices, schools and other public buildings contain harmful chemicals such as asthmagens (triggers of asthma), allergens, endocrine disruptors, pre-carcinogens and indoor air contaminants. In recent years, consumer products such as colognes, perfumes and body sprays have also been found to contribute to poor indoor air quality and negative human health affects. The use of these products by students in schools has dramatically increased over the last several years.
Special thanks to our Fragrance-Free sponsor: