Most Americans incorrectly assume that chemicals in use today – and the everyday products that contain them, such as plastics, cosmetics, body care products, toys, and furniture – are fully tested and safe for use. But the truth is, when it comes to chemicals, no government agency is protecting our health. The Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow is working to create laws, regulations and corporate policies that prevent harm to all of our health from toxic chemicals.

State Legislation
AHT is working to pass state legislation that will improve public health in the Commonwealth by eliminating the use of toxic flame retardants, requiring manufacturers to disclose the presence of toxic chemicals in consumer products, and more. Continue reading on Clean Water Action…


Updating our nation’s chemical laws
The 2016 revision of the federal Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Continuing reading on Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families…



Mind the Store
AHT has partnered with Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families on the Mind the Store Campaign, to urge the nation’s top ten retailers to get toxic chemicals out of their stores. We are asking retailers to eliminate a list of the 100+ most toxic chemicals. Continuing reading on Clean Water Action…


Campaign for Safe Cosmetics
The Campaign is dedicated to educating consumers about the dangers of toxic chemicals in personal care products and advocating for the elimination of toxic chemicals from products. Continuing reading on Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.


Phasing out flame retardants
AHT and allies are working to reduce the use of and exposure to toxic flame retardants in children’s products and other consumer products. Continue reading on Clean Water Action…


Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA)
TURA is a Massachusetts law that was enacted in 1989 and amended in 2006; it was a groundbreaking step that made Massachusetts a leader on toxics use reduction. AHT works to support the ongoing effective implementation of the TURA program. Read more>>