Contact: Karen Angelo at 978-430-6303, Karen@turi.org.
|AB Cleaners of Westwood switched from using perchloroethylene to wet cleaning technology to clean clothes. He is demonstrating how the system works to other dry cleaners on Dec. 11 and 13. Read more...|
|The Environmental Protection Agency’s New England region has awarded the Toxics Use Reduction Institute at UMass Lowell an $82K grant to work with auto body and repair shops in Lowell, Springfield, Holyoke, Fall River and New Bedford. Read more...|
|TURI awarded $75K in community grants to Montachusett Opportunity Council, Norfolk County 7 Public Health Coalition, Clean Water Fund, MassCOSH and Mill City Grows in Lowell. Read more...|
|The public is invited to see a demonstration on June 27 at King and Queen Cleaners in Milford of new technologies that allows “dry clean only” clothes to be washed in computer-controlled machines, eliminating the use of the toxic chemical perchloroethylene, or perc. Read more...|
|TURI and legislators recognize 2012 Champions of Toxics Use Reduction at a State House ceremony. Read more...|
|Green Cleaning Workshop for Janitorial Companies presented by MOC and TURI in Fitchburg Read more...|
|TURI awarded Art's Cleaners in Westborough a $17K technology grant. Read more...|
|TURI awarded $100K to four community groups to reduce toxics. Read more...|
- TURI Awards $30,000 in Community Grants to Focus on Use of Disinfectants, Pesticides, and Household Cleaners
- How Effective Are ‘Green’ Cleaners?
- TURI Recognizes Organizations for Making Massachusetts a Safer Place to Live and Work
- Commonwealth's Toxics Use Reduction Program Sets Stricter Reporting Rules for Dry Cleaning Chemical
- First Dedicated Wet Cleaner in Massachusetts Opens Doors
|2011 Champions of Toxics Use Reduction event and photographs. Read more...|