Wants Stronger Protections From Toxic Chemicals In Our Homes And Places Of Work
Online PR News – 26-March-2010 – – Lake Forest, IL, March 26, 2010—(PR.com)—1-800-GO-VAPOR.com, one of the most respected names in the Vapor steam cleaning industry known for its high level of customer service and quality products, today announced that it is has joined the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families (SCHF) coalition, a diverse group of nurses, parents, cancer specialists, conservationists and concerned citizens from across the nation united by their common goal to protect Americans from toxic chemicals in everyday products.
“The new report from Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, ‘The Health Case for Reforming the Toxic Substances Control Act,’ does an outstanding job outlining the frightening effects of toxic chemicals,” says V. K. Dunlop, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com vice president. “It really makes you realize how important it is that we work together to reform chemical laws from the 1970s that are as dated as 8-track tapes.”
According to the SCHF report, there is overwhelming evidence that exposure to hazardous chemicals has drastically increased rates of chronic pains, illnesses and diseases, and current laws do not adequately protect American’s. There are more than 80,000 chemicals in the U.S. available for use in the home and workplace yet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has only required testing of about 200 of them.
Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com is moving fast with its Ladybug steamer line to educate consumers and businesses worldwide that finally, there's a feasible, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals. Ladybug vapor steam cleaners with TANCS (Thermo Accelerated Nano Crystal Sanitation) are the only non-chemical based disinfectant system available to the public with an EPA registered number.
In addition to homeowners, 1-800-GO-VAPOR.com customers include hospitals, healthcare clinics, supermarkets, restaurants, fast food chains, corporations, auto detailers, schools and animal shelters.