RACHEL'S ENVIRONMENT & HEALTH WEEKLY #448
---June 29, 1995---
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We have just published HOW TO RESEARCH CHEMICALS: A RESOURCE GUIDE, 88 pages. In it, author Maria Pellerano offers citizen-activists a clear introduction to toxic chemicals, including extensive information on various resources that are available to help you learn about a chemical's toxicity. It includes descriptions and ordering information for many books and other useful resources such as low-cost online databases, plus descriptions of organizations that can help you in your research. Some of the expensive printed resources should be ordered through your public library. To help you get good chemical-related resources into your public library, we have included an essay by Laura Powers of Libraries for the Future on "Seeking Information on Chemicals Through Your Public Library." To order this new publication, please send a check for $10.00 to: Environmental Research Foundation, P.O. Box 5036, Annapolis, MD 21403-7036. If you would like to place a Visa/Mastercard order, please call (410) 263-1584. For international orders, add $5.00 for postage and only Visa or Mastercard payments can be accepted.
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