Contact: Karen Angelo at 978-430-6303, Karen@turi.org.
|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...|
|ACE Cleaners converted its dry cleaning process from using perc to "wet" dry-cleaning technologies. Read more...|