- TURI Awards $20,000 Community Grant to Springfield Department of Parks, Buildings and Recreation Management
- TURI Funds $65,000 in Community Grants to Reduce Toxic Chemical Use
- First Healthy Green Cleaning Garment Shop Opens in Jamaica Plain
- 2014 Champions Recognized at State House Ceremony
- TURI Funds $75,000 in Community Grants to Reduce Toxic Chemical Use
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- Neighbors Helped This Immigrant-Owned Dry Cleaner in Boston Go Nontoxic—and Stay in Business
- Faculty Receives TURI Grants to Research Green Materials
- Can Jamaica Plain businesses go carcinogen free?
- Springfield City Parks Going Green
- UMass Lowell institute awards $20,000 grant to Springfield for organic land care.
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News about the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act Program
- Anastas to deliver keynote at TUR Planner Conference
- Formaldehyde and Hexavalent Chromium Designated as Higher Hazard Substances
- Environmental officials announce new toxic chemical rules