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Reports

Plastics

Safe lawns for healthy communities:

What the lawn-care preemption law means for cities and towns

Lawn Care Pesticides

Risks from Lawn Care Pesticides, Including Inadequate Packaging and Labeling

Pest Control Practices in Connecticut Public Schools

Pest Control Practices in Connecticut Public Schools

A Survey of Private Drinking Water Wells For Lawn and Tree Care Pesticides

A Survey of Private Drinking Water Wells For Lawn and Tree Care Pesticides

Background & Studies

New study exposes link between pesticides and childhood brain tumours

EWG: National Tap Water Quality Database

Pre-Notification of Pesticide Application to Abutting Property

The EPA on Pesticides

EPA Pesticide Fact Sheets

Pesticides in Schools: Reducing the Risks - A report by the Attorney General of New York

Topical & Chemical Fact Sheets: Health and Safety Fact Sheets on Pesticides - EPA

Pesticides in Drinking Water Wells - National Pesticide Telecommunications Network

EPA: Protecting Children from Pesticides

EPA Specific Chemical Fact Sheets

DEP Pesticide Management Program

Pesticides - Feet in Grass

Sign Up for DEP’s Pesticide Registry by December 31 to Be Protected From Neighbors’ Spraying Next Spring

Legislation

Discussing Connecticut's Two-Year-Old Pesticide Ban (December 2012)

A Short Legislative History of Pesticides in Connecticut

Public Act 09-56 bans the use of lawn-care pesticides on the grounds of children's day care centers as of July 1, 2010

Public Act No. 07-168: An Act Banning Pesticide Use on School Grounds

Public Act No. 05-252: An Act Concerning Pesticides at Schools and Day Care Facilities

EHHI Testimony on An Act Concerning Pesticides at Schools and Children’s Day Care Facilities and An Act Concerning Lawn Care Pesticide Sales and Storage

Public Act No. 99-165: An Act Concerning Notice of Pesticide Applications at Schools and Day Care Centers

News from EHHI

Protect kids, food from pesticides (Opinion)

Environment and Human Health, Inc. releases the findings of its research report on the risks of lawn care pesticides

EHHI Urges Cutbacks in Pesticide Use to Protect Drinking Water

The Attorney General of Connecticut and Environment and Human Health, Inc. report on a serious pesticide exposure issue

EHHI Calls for Towns and Individuals to Reduce Their Use of Lawn and Tree Care Pesticides

EHHI and Attorney General Blumenthal Urge Parents to Take Advantage of New School Pesticide Laws

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