Category Archives: Personal Health

Paint can make a space beautiful and unique. There are many types of architectural paints and coatings on the market and this Environmental Protection Agency webpage provides some resources to help you choose a safer and greener option. Sustainability Considerations* … Read More

Eligible customers who purchase new electric lawnmowers, leaf blowers, string trimmers, and chain saws can apply for a rebate through Mass Save. To take advantage of the rebates, residents must save their receipt and fill out a rebate application on … Read More

Most personal care products on the market today are made with chemicals that were introduced several decades ago. Since then, scientists have found that many of these chemicals are related to cancer, asthma, birth defects and fertility problems. Some of … Read More

On Wednesday, June 8 at 6:30pm, join WBUR environmental correspondent Barbara Moran for a conversation exploring the importance of local food and understanding where your dinner comes from with Tamar Haspel, Washington Post columnist and author of “To Boldly Grow: … Read More

Gas stoves can make the air in your kitchen more polluted than recommended outdoor clean air quality standards. Burning gas releases nitrogen dioxide, small particulate matter, and carbon monoxide–all components of air pollution. Cooking on a gas stove increases kids’ … Read More