Contact: Karen Angelo at 978-430-6303, Karen@turi.org.
|Over the last two decades, use of known or suspected carcinogens by Massachusetts industries reporting to the Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) program declined 32 percent while releases to the environment declined 93 percent, according to the new report. Read more...|
|KMK Cleaners switched from using perchloroethylene to professional wet cleaning technologies. The owners will demonstrate how the technology works on May 8, 2013. Read more...|
|TURI awarded Art's Cleaners in Westborough a $17K technology grant. Read more...|
|News Release - March 31, 2010 "As part of the 20th anniversary of the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Act, Cobham Sensor Systems - Lowell has been selected by the Toxic Use Reduction Institute (TURI) at the University of Lowell as a "TURA 20th Anniversary Leader" ... Read more...|
|News Release - March 23, 2010 Read more...|
|News Release - March 26, 2010 "“We selected Analog Devices for the company’s steadfast determination to continually improve performance, from reducing toxics and solid waste to improving efficiencies in water and energy use,” said Liz Harriman, deputy director of the Toxics Use Reduction Institute at UMass Lowell. “The cornerstone of the TURA Program is the planning process, a requirement of the law at which ADI has excelled.”"... Read more...|