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Look Under the Sink

Organization(s) Connecticut Dept. of Environmental Protection
Project Description Ever wondered if the cleaning products under your sink are hazardous to your health and the environment? DEP has partnered with regional and local household hazardous waste coordinators on a project to inform the public about the potential dangers of these products and to help people choose environmentally preferable alternatives. Ten suitcase-size exhibits were produced which showcase empty containers listing toxic or hazardous ingredients against the backdrop of a sink and workbench. Alternative products, both store-bought and homemade, are also part of the display.

 
Project Contact
Name Judy Prill
Phone 860-424-3694
E-mail
 
Project Keywords
Areas of P2 Expertise Environmentally Preferable Purchasing
Activity Keywords Training/workshops
 
Source
Newsletter Northeast States Pollution Prevention News - Vol. 15 No. 2, Fall 2005 [PDF]

 

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