PVC: The Poison Plastic. The campaign for Safe, Healthy Consumer Product
CHEJ, Center for Health, Environment and Justice, New York, runs the campaign against toxic and poisonous PVC
09.08.2010 |PVC: The Poison Plastic
As we are surrounded by poisons and toxic PCV, we should be aware of its danger and possible ways to avoid the contact with it.
Bathrooms all over the world are full of PCV. It is impossible to recycle it, and what is ever scarier, it is poisonous. CHEJ runs the campaign on PCV to make people aware of what it is, how toxic and dangerous it can be. There is a short animated movie availed on http://www.pvcfree.org/ explaining in a funny and easy way how to recognize products containing PCV, what makes them dangerous and how to avoid using them. Everyone is free to take action and start protecting oneself from negative influence of PCV.
Learn more on http://www.pvcfree.org/
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