Ripple teamed up with HealthyStuff.org and iFixit.com to release a new study on toxic chemicals in cell phones, including the iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S III. NY Times, CNET, Wired and others covered this story.
Ripple generated hundreds of television, print and online stories on behalf of the Breast Cancer Fund when we released their study on BPA in Kids’ Canned Food. This report was also featured on CBS, Washington Post, AFP, ABC and more.
Ripple teamed up with The Ecology Center to release the first-ever consumer guide to toxic chemicals in toys. The data generated massive media coverage was a startling wake-up call to many consumers.
Crash tests aren’t the only way to prove the safety of a child’s car seat, according to research by the Ecology Center. Their original data shows that some car seats are made with dangerous chemicals that can lead to serious health risks.
We were hired to release the largest-ever study on toxic chemicals in home improvement products. This original research let people know there are no restrictions on chemicals used in flooring, wallpaper and other home basics.
When it comes to automobile safety most people think of seatbelts and airbags. But cars also pose hidden hazards that endanger drivers and passengers before even turning on the ignition.