Advocating for the Elimination Of Toxic Coal Tar Sealers From Our Parking Lots, Homes, & Environment
CTFreeAmerica Good News from @MissouriState (@springfieldNL): no more coal tar...at least for this season! @WCOzarks Thanks Presi… https://t.co/SberHjNDQv
CTFreeAmerica Remembering.... Tribute to My Friend, Coal Tar Pollution Pioneer, Tom Bashara https://t.co/jz4ABIDmJk
CTFreeAmerica GOOD NEWS: Another Chicago suburb, Glenview, gives initial approval to ban coal tar sealants https://t.co/SA3HsDPzGN @LWVIL @cskrukrud
CTFreeAmerica Another #Michigan community passed a ban of toxic coal tar and high PAH sealers. Thanks Clarkston!… https://t.co/EbiPF9aLsQ
CTFreeAmerica Things look a little out-of-date at the @BismarckNDGov Airport. Maybe that's why they're still using toxic coal tar… https://t.co/2a9brsKq3z
CTFreeAmerica Children are one of the most vulnerable groups to indoor air pollution, as infants and young children have a higher… https://t.co/j2JSSX6UT9
Have you heard about toxic coal tar sealers?
"So if you have family and relatives around the country, make sure they're aware of the dangers that coal-tar-based sealants pose to their health and environment. If you want to learn more, a good source of information is Coal Tar Free America."