Municipalities & Communities
TURI toxics use reduction grants to municipalities and communities support healthier homes, indoors and out, greater safety for workers, better water quality and, importantly, ongoing learning for residents. Learn more from the projects funded by TURI.
|The Greenfield Health Department worked with local restaurants to switch from the three approved toxic Food Code sanitizers to less toxic sanitizers. Read more...|
|The town of Hudson created toolkits for indoor integrated pest management and healthy household cleaners. Read more...|
|The Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition has established a local "Cancer Free New Economy" project to educate the community and support businesses' transitions away from carcinogens and other toxics and towards safer alternatives. Read more...|
|The project team helped reduce toxics use in food service by compiling information on certified green cleaning products, practices and benefits and then distributing that information during routine public health inspections of commercial and institutional kitchens. Read more...|
|The Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition is a community-based effort to strengthen community resilience and support the transition to a sustainable and equitable economy. Read more...|