Toxics Link, a not-for-profit body registered in New Delhi, India, is an initiative of The Just Environment Charitable Trust. It emerged from the critical need to address knowledge gaps relating to the issues of toxicity and waste and their impacts on the environment and human health, especially on vulnerable and marginalised communities.
The organisation generates credible knowledge based on science and field research to create a more comprehensive understanding and debate amongst all stakeholders and to implement on-ground sustainable solutions. We work across domains including, Waste and Sustainability, Chemicals and Health, and Information & Communication.
Our persistent engagements with diverse stakeholders have helped develop several relevant policies, initiatives, and standards, both nationally and internationally. It has resulted in changes in practices and processes to improve the lives of Indian citizens and other developing countries. We work with multiple national and global partners to mutually deepen capacity and strengthen the sector.
Research and Generate New Data and Information > Build Campaigns > Initiate Policy Dialogues > Create Pilots and Models > Build Capacity of Stakeholders > Strengthen Compliance Mechanism
“We are a group of people working together for environmental justice and freedom from toxics.”
We bring focus on waste and chemical issues to help formulate and implement socially just, environmentally safe, and sustainable solutions. These include safer, more responsible waste management and reduction practices as part of circular resource flows and the substitution, reduction, and elimination of hazardous chemicals.
Our Supporters & Partners
We have received valuable support from and partnered with various organisations and institutions in our journey toward a sustainable and toxic-free society. Our partners include, but are not limited to:
World Alliance for Mercury-Free Dentistry
The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC)
International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN)
- India-Norway cooperation project on capacity building for reducing plastic and chemical
- pollution in India (INOPOL)
World Health Organization (WHO)
- Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Goa Waste Management Corporation (GWMC)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)