Showing posts from April, 2021

EcoWaste Coalition Tells Crematorium Operators: Control Emissions

EcoWaste Coalition Pushes for Waste Segregation at Source to Promote Occupational Safety and Health among Waste Workers as COVID-19 Cases Breach One Million Mark

EcoWaste Coalition Finds More Mercury-Laced Beauty Creams in the Market, Urges Consumers to Shun Chemical Whiteners and Embrace Natural Skin Color

Groups on #EarthDay2021: Policies anchored on climate justice protection key to restoring Earth

EcoWaste Coalition Raises the Alarm about Lead Poisoning from Toxic Eyeliners

Green Groups Seek IATF Nod for Waste Workers’ Inclusion in COVID-19 Vaccine Priority List (Expanded A4 category among priority population groups must include environmental frontliners, too)

EcoWaste Coalition Welcomes Moves to Curb Online Sale of Hazardous Chemicals

Groups Flag Nanographene Face Masks for Potential Health Risks

EcoWaste Coalition Urges Environmental Law Enforcers to Check Compliance of Crematories to Pollution Prevention Regulations

Dangers of “Forever Chemicals” Bared, Measures to Protect Human Health from Such Substances Pressed

EcoWaste Coalition Appeals for Fast Delivery of Adequate ECQ “Ayuda” to Informal Waste Workers in NCR Plus

EcoWaste Coalition Espouses “Natural is Beautiful” to Avoid Mercury Exposure through Skin Whitening Cosmetics