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A Toxics-Free Future

Highlights Front Roll

Frontline Plastic Wars Reveals Industry Lies About Recycling
IPENers Gather for a Successful 2020 Global Meeting and Forum
#Minamata: New Film & Work To Ban Mercury Trade
New Report from Toxics Link- Single Use Plastic: The Last Straw
Basel Ban Amendment Prohibiting the Export of Hazardous Wastes Becomes Law
IPEN Global Newsletter Focuses on Pesticides
More Plastics = More Toxics
Study Shows Dangerous Lead Levels in Household Paints in Indonesia, Children’s Health at Risk

Kadar Timah Hitam Dalam Cat di Indonesia Membahayakan Kesehatan dan Tumbuh Kembang Anak

Jakarta — Most paint companies in Indonesia, including some major brands, sell paint for household use containing unsafe levels of lead, according to a study of lead in decorative paint in Indonesia released today.

IPEN, Pesticide Action Network and the Global Indigenous Peoples Caucus released a joint press release at the culmination of the Stockholm Convention's COP6 congratulating governments for their provisional decision to globally ban production and use of the commonly-used flame retardant, HBCD.

IPEN highlights outcomes from the combined meetings of the Basel, Rotterdam, and Stockholm Conventions and decisions on chemicals and wastes from more than 120 countries.

Read the press release.

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