Environmental Paint Focused on Protecting Human

“We are excited to be approved as a Menards® vendor and have our proven & patented ECOBOND® family of products available to help families in the fight against lead paint poisoning as well as our breakthrough smoke & odor blocking environmental paint which is scientifically proven with over 80% success rate in sealing, blocking, and absorbing hazardous pollutants from smoke and odors.” stated James Barthel, President and creator of ECOBOND®.

{BREAKING NEWS} - ECOBOND® LeadDefender® the Premier Provider of Environmental Products Focused on Protecting Human Health From the Dangers of Lead Has Been Selected by Menards® to be Carried in their Online Store - Lead Defender® by ECOBOND®

ECOBOND® Paint LLC is proud to announce the approval for their family of environmental paint products to be sold on Menards.com. Contractors and homeowners now have the opportunity to buy a revolutio


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Wildfires in Canada Bringing Hazy Skies Over New York, Other Regions

The impact on air quality was expected to be mild, officials said. Other cities also registered moderate air quality readings.

Map: Wildfire Smoke From Canada Creates Unhealthy Air Quality in Florida

Moderate to unhealthy air quality was being reported across the state on Tuesday as smoke filtered down to the surface.

Arizona to End Water Leases to Saudi-Owned Alfalfa Farm

The farm grows alfalfa for export to Saudi Arabia, where it’s fed to dairy cows. But the farm’s water use had come under scrutiny.

The climate crisis is also a health crisis

Rising global temperatures are undoing hard-earned progress.

Athens Democracy Forum: Local Forces Are Leading the Way in the Global Warming Crisis

With central democratic institutions falling short on climate solutions, grassroots efforts are filling some of the gaps. But would autocracies do a better job?

In Shipping, a Push to Slash Emissions by Harnessing the Wind

More ships are running on wind power, as the global industry tries to fight climate change. One concept has backing from Abba, the Swedish pop stars.

Wildfires: How to Travel Safely as the Climate Changes

Climate change has made wildfires a year-round threat to travelers. Here’s how to minimize your risk, and what to do if you’re in the path of a fire.

Biden’s Ambitious Plan for Lead Pipe Removal Faces Hurdles

A string of unexpected impediments could delay the administration’s timeline on an issue that is central to its effort to address racial disparities.

Why Smaller Storms Are Growing More Fearsome, More Often

The Friday storm that produced vast flooding in New York City started out earlier in the week as an unremarkable — if unpredictable — weather system.

After Intense Floods, New York City Lurches Back to Life

The city’s transit systems had resumed service, with some delays, as the rain abated on Saturday. The governor warned that climate change was making severe storms more common.

Want to Spur Green Energy in Wyoming? Aim for the Billionaires.

One man’s quest to lure climate investment from the wealthy enclave of Jackson underscores how the climate law works: It runs on rich people.

Safety Culture in Healthcare Settings

  As of 2019, more than 18 million people, 11.5 % of the United States workforce, were employed in healthcare settings. Everyday healthcare workers face hazardous work conditions due to exposures to

When data are not there, what do we do? A multi-step approach to occupational health inequity research

When we have a research question but cannot find a dataset to answer it, what should we do? This situation happens quite often in new areas of research, such as occupational health inequities. One app

Can the U.S. Make Solar Panels? This Company Thinks So.

First Solar kept producing them in Ohio after most of the industry moved to China. President Biden wants many more domestic manufacturers.

Ford Halts Work on E.V. Battery Plant in Michigan

The company cited concerns about operating the factory competitively. It’s not clear if the pause is linked to its dispute with the United Auto Workers.

Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough Gets a Bigger Burst of Laser Energy

Researchers at the National Ignition Facility during a July firing of 192 lasers improved on a December result, but also ended up with duds in other experiments.

Clearing Up Myths About Older Workers While Understanding and Supporting an Aging Workforce

  The National Center for Productive Aging and Work is a key part of the Total Worker Health® Program in the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). The center operates as a h

For Many Big Food Companies, Emissions Head in the Wrong Direction

Several of the world’s largest food and restaurant companies have not made progress on their goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Some are even producing more.

Bill Gates, Marie Kondo and World Bank Head Will Speak at Times Climate Event

Watch the recording for interviews with newsmakers about solutions to the climate crisis.

Space-Based Solar Power Is a Possible Alternative Energy Source

Space-based solar power, once a topic for science fiction, is gaining interest.

Michael Bloomberg Goes After Petrochemicals

The former New York City mayor is spending some of his wealth to try to block the construction of petrochemical plants. But this fight may be tougher than his earlier efforts to close coal-burning pow

To Help Cyclists, This Tool Looks for Crashes

An international pilot program is helping cities to identify and pinpoint high risk locations where cyclists and light-mobility users are likely to have collisions.

Floods, Winds and Temperature Extremes Challenge Rail Lines

The environmental risks to railroads are rising, but the measures to reduce the danger will be costly.

Family Farms: When Working From Home Can Put Children at Risk

Agriculture ranks among the most hazardous industries for workers,[1] but since many farms share work and home spaces, it is also one of the few industries in which family members are also at risk for

Promoting Best Practices for Clinical Care of 9/11-exposed Members

In September 2023, the nation observed the 9/11 Day of Remembrance to commemorate the tragic events that unfolded 22 years ago. The memories and impact of 9/11 have not faded with time. Importantly, a

2023 Day of Service and Remembrance: Statement from Program Administrator, John Howard, MD

The events of September 11, 2001 devastated Americans 22 years ago. However, in the face of this tragedy we saw bravery, resilience, and hope in the actions of responders and survivors of those events

Respiratory Protection Week 2023: Filling in the Gaps

We're back for another Respiratory Protection Week! This year we're shining some light on our Respirator Approval Program's efforts to fill in gaps related to respiratory protection and answering some

Labor Day 2023: Statement by NIOSH Director, John Howard, MD

Labor Day often evokes thoughts about the end of summer and start of a new school year. It can be easy to forget that the origins of the holiday lie in the labor movement of the late nineteenth centur

Workplace Safety and Health in a Barbie World

As the occupational safety and health community continues to combat very real and serious hazards, we are closing out the summer with a little fun. This summer Barbie and friends have recaptured natio

Training to Reduce Heat Stress Incidents Among Miners

Workers who are exposed to occupational heat stress (i.e., the combination of heat from environment factors, metabolic heat, and clothing/PPE) may be at risk for heat-related illnesses and injuries.

Protecting Children From Lead Paint Poisoning in the Spotlight -Two Businesses Closed Down Due to Lead Contamination

In a news report from CBS News in San Francisco, inspectors from Santa Clara County Health Department closed down two firms deemed to have dangerous lead levels at their premises. A gymnastic and an

EPA Issues Stricter Lead Regulations to Protect Children from the Dangers of Lead Paint.

For the 1st time in almost 20 years, the EPA issued more substantial lead clearance levels to protect American children from the dangers of lead. This final rule will lower the clearance levels for

Discussion with Nationally Recognized Expert on the Dangers of Lead, Dr. Nicholas Basta, Presenting the Findings of His Research Study on Lead-Based Paint. The Mitigation of Lead Hazards and Bio-Accessibility from Lead-Based Paint

  ECOBOND® Paint:      Welcome to this conversation about bioaccessibility and extractability of ECOBOND® LeadDefender® treated lead-based paint. We are joined by Dr. Nicholas Basta, profes

Ecobond Lead Paint Treatment Product Comparison

WHY JUST COVER UP THE LEAD ISSUE WHEN YOU CAN TREAT IT! THESE ARE THE FACTS: Covering up the problem still leaves the problem. ECOBOND® LeadDefender® is the ONLY paint product designed to seal &amp

ECOBOND® Paint Announces Their Newest International Distributor of Lead Based Paint Treatment Solutions: Construventas Group in Panama Central America

ECOBOND® Paint is proud to announce their newest distributor, Construventas Group, based in Panama City, Panama. Construventas Group is a company recognized by the most important builders in the c

{WEBINAR} For the World Health Organization (WHO) 2020 International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week ECOBOND® Paint interviewed Nationally Recognized Expert, Dr. Nicholas Basta Presenting the Findings of His Research Study on Lead-Based Paint.

Webinar: The Mitigation of Lead Hazards and Bio-Accessibility from Lead-Based Paint   In support of the World Health Organization 2020 International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, ECOBOND® Paint i


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