In 1962 Rachel Carson stated that for the first time in the history of the world, every human being is now subjected to contact with dangerous chemicals, from the moment of conception until death.
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This statement was true then and continues to be true today. We all are exposed to a number of different chemicals, carcinogens, and toxins in our environment on a daily basis, but while we may have no control over some exposures, there are many that we do.
A partnership project between Pennsylvania Resources Council and The University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute’s Center for Environmental Oncology the workshop focuses on the consequences of these toxins on our health and how we can avoid exposure.
Participants will learn:
-How to make your own cleaning products and personal care products
-Toxins to avoid in personal care products
-How and what to cook with to keep you healthy
All participants will recieve a green cleaning starter kit!
Cost to attend the workshop is $25 per person/$30 per couple. (All participants/couples receive one green cleaning starter kit and personal care product samples)
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For more information email
Sarah Alessio Shea or call 412.488.7490 ext. 236