New resources have been made available to raise awareness with the public on the harmful effects that PFAS can have on human health, wildlife, and the environment.
A new briefing published this week by CHEM Trust and the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) highlights the worrying effects that chemical pollution is having on the health of UK freshwater and marine wildlife.
A new report released today by BEUC highlights testing that found a range of harmful chemicals in non-plastic single-use tableware, often promoted as being a sustainable alternative to non-degradable plastic packaging.
A new investigation released today shows that harmful, persistent chemicals are used in disposable take-away food packaging in the UK.
This week CHEM Trust wrote to the UK Government, alongside 26 UK public health and environmental NGOs, to outline 12 Key Asks for the UK’s new Chemicals Strategy.
Are you worried about chemicals in your everyday cosmetic and personal care products? Unwanted harmful chemicals such as allergens and hormone disrupting chemicals can unfortunately be found in cosmetic and personal care products. But the good news is that there are products available that don’t contain these unwanted chemicals.
A new report published earlier this month has brought together scientific research on how chemical pollutants are adversely affecting the aquatic food chain.
France has announced that it will ban the sale of unprocessed fruits and vegetables packaged in plastic from the 1st of January 2022.
A new study has revealed rising levels of airborne microplastic pollution “spiralling around the globe,” as reported in The Guardian this week.
An article in The Guardian published in late March has highlighted that the UK Government is not widely testing drinking water for PFAS, which studies have linked to numerous health issues.