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It’s all about what you know – Check out these Environmental Safety Articles

Source: Safety at home.com

Think you’re doing all you can to give the environment a break and make your home a little healthier for your family? Or do you want to go green but you’re not sure where to start?

Consumers are demanding more environmentally responsible products and so industries and advertisers are putting more environmental claims on packaging. But are they true? Click to learn more.

Since 1894, UL has been working for a safer world and has been a leader in writing safety standards.

If we make some little changes, we’ll all see a big difference! Send this helpful e-card to your friends today.

In the spirit of Earth Day, a recycled e-card to share with your friends today.

Saving valuable resources is good for all of us, but it’s even more appealing when you realize that it’s good for your own pocketbook too.

Want to step up your energy-saving savvy? Here are some energy eye-openers along with ways to conserve you might not have thought of yet.

Kids today are more aware of environmental concerns than any generation. You can help them develop positive, healthy, green habits and attitudes with fun, easy activities.

The story on current environmental concerns for your family.

Ever since humans built fire and brought it into the home for heating and cooking, indoor air pollution has been a problem.

While many potential threats to childhood safety feel new, lead poisoning is a decades-old concern.

It’s not just what paint to pick, but it’s also how and when you paint. Learn to paint safely indoors. Click for more.

There’s no missing certain product recalls that are splashed across the headlines. But how do you keep up with recalls that don’t make the headlines even though they’re just as important to you and your family?

As a parent, you want to do everything you can to keep your family as safe as possible, so even the simple act of turning on the faucet may provoke a moment of thought and worry.

With just a few things that are probably already in your cupboards, you can make simple green cleaning supplies. Click here for recipes.

You know instinctively that being environmentally responsible is the right thing to do. After all, you want your kids to grow up in a safe, healthy world with plenty of natural resources.

You know recycling is important and you want to do your part. You also want to get your kids in the habit of recycling at home. Before you start filling up the recycling bin, make sure you know what should go in and what should stay out.

It’s hard to imagine running out of water, but it could happen. Between 1950 and 2000, the population in the United States doubled while public demand for water more than tripled.

Over the years, consumers have adopted CFLs because they use about two-thirds the amount of energy of standard incandescent bulbs and can last up to 10 times longer.

Mercury has been in the news a lot lately, frequently being blamed for serious and sometimes seemingly improbable health problems.

Better yet, what is “organic?”