Showing posts from May, 2016

Schools Urged to Also Spruce Up Materials Recovery Facilities (MRFs)

EcoWaste Coalition Pushes School Compliance to Government's Lead-Free Paint Policy

Brigada Eskwela Participants Told: Don’t Burn Trash, Don’t Use Lead Paints

Groups Back Duterte’s Plan to Ban Firecrackers and Fireworks Nationwide

Watchdog Urges Schools to Take DepEd’s Directive on Lead-Free Paints to Heart

EcoWaste Coalition: Probable Human Carcinogen Found in Some PVC Plastic School Supplies

Lead Exposure Costs the Philippines Over US$15 Billion Annually - NYU Researchers

Watchdog Proposes Action Agenda on Wastes and Toxics for Duterte’s First 100 Days in Office

Watch Group to Consumers: Be Cautious of Lead-Laden School Supplies (Group Hopes Toxic Children’s Products to Vanish under Duterte Presidency)

Watchdog Red-Flags Open Burning of Used Campaign Materials

EcoWaste Coalition Pushes Early Post-Election Campaign Clean-Up, Bats for Creative Recycling to Cut Trash