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Parents Want Schools to Go Green to Avoid Chemical Sensitivity - Erika Lathon

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          Some parents say exposure to common cleaning products like bleach is making their children sick at school. Stores like Whole Foods Market say chemical sensitivity and environmental concerns are driving the market for products without harsh chemicals. Members of a grass roots group, Parents for Students Safety want to see more school districts use green cleaning products to protect children and educators. Whole Foods had developed its own Eco rating system and will only carry cleaning products that list ingredients and meet certain guidelines. To raise awareness about chemical sensitivity, Parents for Students Safety is sponsoring a screening of the film "Unacceptable Levels" Thursday at Carmike thoroughbred 20 in Franklin. Click the links below to learn more.



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