The ChemTRAC grant will support the Coalition in increasing the number of safer chemical products used within health care facilities and the number of small businesses in Toronto who sell products and services with safer chemicals, with a specific emphasis on ChemTRAC chemicals. The project will initially engage the University Health Network, followed by other Toronto health care institutions, with education and promotion of toxics reduction occurring throughout the city of Toronto to reach workers and business owners. A ‘Safer Chemical Policy Alliance’ will be developed to help promote this messaging and will include like-minded organizations as leaders and successful supporters of safer chemicals policies. See Live Green Toronto project announcement.
January 2011 – December 2011
- The Green Best Practice Case Study #4: Screen-Resolution PDF or Print-Resolution PDF
- The Toxic 25 Poster (PDF)
Live Green Toronto ChemTRAC Toxics Reduction Grant
YMCA Youth Eco Internship Program
University Health Network – Toronto, ON
Environmental Health Institute of Canada
Class 1 Inc.