Do you know what is hidden in many of the products we find in our homes?
Find out how to spot toxic substances and how to reduce the risk of exposure.
The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) is the cornerstone of Canadian environmental regulations. It regulates the use of toxic substances, hazardous wastes, pollutant emissions into the air and marine runoff and discharges into our waterways, and much more. Substances harmful to our health should be banned from consumer products. Current regulations are far from adequate to protect us.
CEPA is the foundation of our environmental regulations and is in need of reform. Find out what you can do to support reform of this fundamental law.