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October 17, 2013— Leading Companies, Universities and NGOs Support New Principles for Safer, Healthier Products

January 28, 2011— New Report on OSHA Identifies 7 Priority Reforms to Protect Worker Health

October 22, 2010—UMass Lowell Wins $1.8M Grant to Improve Health, Safety in Home Care Team to Research Ways to Make Conditions Safer for Worker, Patient

May 7, 2010—President's Cancer Panel Calls Environment Greater Contributor to Disease than Previously Believed

December 8, 2009—Report Reveals Best Practices for Retailers to Manage Chemicals in Products

October 27, 2009—Nike, Hewlett Packard and SC Johnson Case Studies Demonstrate Being 'Green' Doesn't Hamper Innovation

September 29, 2009—Current Policies Fail to Protect People and Ecosystem from Toxic Chemicals in Great Lakes

July 20, 2009—Number of Chemical Policies Surge at State Level

May 1, 2009—Green Chemistry Making Inroads in Product Development

October 17, 2008—UMass Lowell Center Unveils First-Ever Comprehensive U.S. State Chemicals Policy Database; Influx of new policies reflects public concern about toxics in everyday products

July 9, 2008—UMass Lowell Assembles Green Chemistry Gurus to Drive Development of Sustainable Products; Nike in Beaverton, Oregon, hosts green chemistry council meeting

February 19, 2008—New Guide Gives States Options to Revamp Chemical Policies in Lieu of Outdated and Disjointed Federal Regulatory System

February 19, 2008—Report Identifies 4 Reasons Toys and Other Products with Hazardous Chemicals Slip Through the Regulatory System—Companion Report Offers Solutions for States

January 16, 2008—UMass Lowell Report Finds Massachusetts Leads in Clean Technologies

July 6, 2007—Study supports new approaches to reverse rising asthma rates (issued by Children's Hospital, Boston)

August 26, 2006—Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at UMass Lowell Announces Nationwide REACH Workshops

September 19, 2005—UMass Lowell Report Links Environmental and Occupational Exposures to Cancers

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