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2020 Newsletters

November 2020: Safer Alternatives toHexavalent Chromium use in Aerospace and Defense

October 2020: Riverdale Mills Case Study, CE Conference, EPA Healthy Communities Grant

September 2020: Announcing Grantees, Morgan Eliminates Use of TCE, New TURA Data Tool

August 2020: River Street Metal Finishing Video, Morgan Demo, Safer Disinfection for Schools

July 2020: Riverdale Mills Video, Brewery Report, Disinfection Info 

June 2020: New Disinfection Testing related to COVID-19, TUR Online Demonstration, Grant Proposals Due.

May 2020: Apply for a TURI Grant, TURA Reporting Guidance, Training Materials

April 8, 2020: Safely Clean and Disinfect, Online Webinars, UML COVID-19 Articles

February 2020: Keynote Speaker Announced, Demo at Morgan, Artificial Turf FAQs, PFAS Regulations 

January 2020: TUR Planner Video, New Report on Methylene Chloride and Safer Alternatives

 

2019 Newsletters

November 2019: Resource Conservation Training, Danger of Mixing Cleaning Chemicals, Halogenated Solvents Workshops

October 2019: New Video Highlights Company, Community Success Reducing Toxics

September 2019: TURI Awards Grants, New Training Opportunities

August 2019: Siemens Finds Safer Surfactant, New Organic Grass Case Studies Released, NPE Comment Period Open

June 2019: Champions Honored at State House, New Case Study on Organic Management of Natural Grass

May 2019: New Case Studies, Job Opening at MassDEP, Grant Deadline is June 21

April 2019: Educating a New Generation on Reducing Toxics in Auto Industry

March 2019

February 2019

January 2019

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