Our Mission

 “We are a group of people working together for environmental justice and freedom from toxics. We have taken it upon ourselves to collect and share information about the sources and dangers of poisons in our environment and bodies, as well as about clean and sustainable alternatives for India and the rest of the world.”

Civil Society Organizations sign “Dhaka Declaration,” A call for Asia to end of dental amalgam

New Delhi, 12 January 2015, India : More than 137 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), individuals and professionals from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Thailand have signed a declaration calling for Asia to be the largest population on the planet to end the use of mercury in dental care.   Amalgam fillings are 50% mercury, a major neurotoxin.

Your fish curry may be laced with mercury

Source : Times of India, Kolkata, 7 January 2015

Is the fish-crazy population of Bengal at a greater risk of mercury contamination than the rest of the country? They are, according to a study by a green NGO. In support of its claim, the NGO cited random tests, which revealed traces of mercury, conducted across five districts.

Forced to live with e-waste

Source : Millennium Post, New Delhi, 4 January 2015

Dangerous Levels of Lead Found in Household Paints in India Threaten the Health of Present and Future Generations of Our Children

Press release by IPEN & Toxics Link

Despite ban, plastic bags still in vogue

Source :Daily Pioneer,New Delhi, 24 December 2014

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Toxics Link
H2 (Ground Floor), Jungpura Extension
New Delhi - 110014, India
Telephone: 91-11-24328006, 24320711
Fax: 91-11-24321747
Website: www.toxicslink.org