What Can You Do:
-Don’t buy from companies that value trade secrets over the public’s right to know what they are breathing.
-Write to Car-Freshner Corporation (firstname.lastname@example.org) and tell them you want (and deserve) to know the ingredients in their products.
-Write to the Consumer Product Safety Commission asking them to ban hazardous phthalates in consumer products and requiring ingredient labeling of all consumer products. Here’s the link to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and the e-mail for Canadian Consumer Product Safety division of Health Canada (Info@hc-sc.gc.ca).
-Make your office scent-free. If you’re not the one in charge at your office request that they enact such a policy.
-Want fresh air? Open a window.
-Air fresheners aren’t the only products that allow toxic ingredients. Personal care products are full of them. Sign the petition to stop allowing the use of toxic ingredients in personal care products and cosmetics.