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Don’t Let Toxic Plastics Bully Your Child. Find PVC-Free School Supplies!

yellow-bus-in-blue-sky_300If your child was being bullied at school, you would take measures to prevent it, wouldn’t you? What if your child was being bullied by her own school supplies?

Your child’s innocent-looking lunch box or binder could contain chemicals linked to learning disabilities, obesity, asthma, and even cancer. That’s because many school supplies are manufactured using the poison plastic: polyvinyl chloride (PVC). This plastic can contain a toxic stew of phthalates, lead, cadmium, and organotins—making it a recipe for disaster. To the developing body of a child, even a small exposure to these toxicants can be dangerous.

What can you do to protect your child from this bully? Start by downloading CHEJ’s 3rd annual Back-to-School Guide to PVC-Free School Supplies and learn about safer alternatives to PVC plastic. They are affordable, available, stylish, and best of all; they won’t harm your child.

Let’s free our schools from the toxic grasp of the PVC bully. Check out the Back-to-School Guide to PVC-Free School Supplies TODAY.

What’s on your back-to-school shopping list? Will you be getting any eco-friendly or non-toxic supplies?


  1. This is an important alert and wake up call for parents! I’d like to see schools and teachers encouraging families to pay attention to these health-related updates and warnings. PVC products are especially harmful to young children, andonce the damage is done, it’s irreversible.

    Thanks for sharing the CHEJ list.

  2. The ChefJ list is great and was glad to see it being distributed at BlogHer. In response to Melissa’s comment, yes it would be great if schools and teachers would take steps to educate parents, but in some cases, I think it’s up to the forwarding thinking parents to bring this information to the school and advocate for this type of communication. In our neighborhood school, we get a a supply list each year and to be able to add the above list alongside would be helpful…(guess I know what PTA job I’m taking on!)

  3. oops – I meant CHEJ

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