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TEA in the news
The ChemTRAC program, reports annually on-line about toxic substances being used in Toronto: what, where and in what quantities.
Air Pollution Facts
What are the impacts of smog on the air quality and health of Toronto’s residents? Find out now.
Spotlight on Mercury
Mercury is one of the top toxic chemicals released into Toronto's air and water. That is why TEA is tackling the two largest sources.
Local companies are working to deTOx Toronto
90 Dry Cleaners Report to ChemTRAC
Many of Toronto's dry cleaners are using toxic chemicals to clean our clothes. ChemTRAC shows us where these shops are and how much we're exposed to.
Toronto will tackle top 8 toxics
Thanks to TEA, the Medical Officer of Health is taking the first step to reduce the top eight toxics released into Toronto’s air.
Phase 3 ChemTRAC Summary
Cancer risk in South Etobicoke
This week, a City of Toronto local air quality study in South Etobicoke found an increased risk of cancer in the community due to air pollution. The major source is transportation emissions from cars & trucks.
The link between cancer and air pollution - CBC News
TEA's Toxic's campaigner, Heather Marshall, was on CBC News talking about the link between cancer and air pollution!
The truth about dirty laundry
Ever wonder what chemicals are used to get the grit out of 'dry clean only' clothing? Truth is, many dry cleaners in Toronto use an old school toxic substance called 'perc' to remove stains.