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Chemicals and Heath

  • Chemical in Products

    Our dependency, directly or indirectly, on chemicals is so high that it is almost impossible to find a product that does not have added synthetic chemicals as an important constituent of the product material.

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  • Mercury in Healthcare

    Mercury is a toxic heavy metal, which is bio-accumulative, biomagnifies, and persistent in nature.It metabolizes into the deadly methyl mercury naturally, once it reacts with the bacteria present in the soil ...

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  • Mercury in Products

    Mercury is one of the significant environmental offenders closely associated with health care industry.It is mostly found in health care products in its elemental form as a liquid metal Mercury can also be.......

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  • Lead in Paints

    Lead (Pb) compounds have been historically used by paint manufacturers. A number of properties of lead make it commercially attractive for its use in paints.

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  • POPs And Pesticides

    Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) are organic chemical substances that are highly toxic and persist in the environment.Their bio accumulation through .....

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  • Food Safety

    Toxics Link has been engaged on the issue of food safety for over a decade. Since then the organisation has been continuously raising issues related to food..

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Waste & Sustanability.

  • Bio Medical Waste

    Biomedical waste is the waste generated during diagnosis, treatment or immunisation of human beings or animals or in research activities.

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  • Electronic Waste

    Electronics industry is the world’s largest and fastest growing industry. The last decade has seen a tremendous growth in the manufacturing and consumption of electronic and electrical equipments all over the world.

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  • Hazardous waste

    Toxics Link’s new report 'On the Edge' is first of its kind study in Delhi, mapping the city’s polluting centres. The report identifies sites which are regularly contaminating the city’s environment by releasing toxic pollutants and thereby creating health concerns.

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  • Municipal waste

    As cities in India reel under the pressure of unplanned urban growth, waste management has taken a backseat.

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  • Plastic Waste

    Toxics Link did a study to check compliance of plastic carry bag ban in three States or Union Territories: Delhi, Chandigarh and Sikkim.

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  • Solar Waste

    Solar energy has now become an essential part of the global move toward clean energy and it will play an essential role in meeting the energy demand challenges in future.

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Green Initiative

  • Delhi Ridge

    The capital city of Delhi is spread around a dry deciduous forestland known as Delhi Ridge, which is a part of the AravalliHills, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. This small forest tract remain the ‘green lung’ for more than 12 million people of Delhi and has a crucial role in pollution absorption, groundwater recharge and amelioration of environment. It is the only natural forest in Delhi and boasts a wide variety of plants, animals, birds and insects.

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  • Yamuna Manifesto

    The Yamuna Manifesto is an outcome of the Yamuna-Elbe river seminar held at the Max Mueller Bhawan, New Delhi on December 11th and 12th, 2010. The seminar brought together scientists, activists, artists, policy people, citizens to exchange ideas and thoughts on the river Yamuna in Delhi and on rivers as such (also comparing the Elbe River in Germany).

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  • Yamuna Elbe

    Project Y is a public art and outreach project initiated by the Ministry of Culture, Hamburg, and carried out in the framework of “Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities”. It will be held in the cities of Delhi and Hamburg between October16th and November 23rd, 2011, almost in parallel.

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