Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a pair of bills intended to protect children from harmful chemicals.
A store in San Francisco’s Chinatown has stopped selling dishware that is leaching unsafe levels of lead, following a CBS 5 ConsumerWatch investigation.
Santa Clara County supervisors have passed a bill that aims to stop electronic waste such as computers from being shipped overseas for recycling.
Eating off ceramic cultural tableware could be toxic, according to several environmental groups.
In an effort to go green, many consumers are now turning to reusable bags. But according to a new study, some large retailers are carrying reusable bags that contain dangerous levels of lead.
A recent advertisement that may have some consumers worried: A reusable grocery bag wrapped in police tape along with a warning that reusable bags can contain lead and harbor bacteria.
Recent tests from an Oakland-based consumer group have revealed high levels of lead in children’s products sold at Walmart and Target stores.
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ California health officials are warning consumers to avoid an imported grape candy because it contains high lead levels.
OAKLAND, Calif. (KCBS) Some California playgrounds and stadiums will be a lot safer after the state of California reached a settlement with two artificial turf companies that will eliminate dangerous amounts of lead in their […]