Issues of the Environment: Ann Arbor-Based Ecology Center Works for Chemical-Free Car Seats


By David Fair

Car seats are designed to keep children safe inside moving vehicles, but toxic chemicals are used to keep them flame-retardant in the manufacturing process.  That is a danger in and of itself.  The Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center has been working with car seat companies to have the chemicals removed and is noting some progress as we head into 2020.  WEMU's David Fair gets the details in a conversation with the Ecology Center's green living resources director, Melissa Cooper Sargent.

This article and interview originally appeared in All Things Considered by WEMU 89.1. Listen and Read here

Published on January 1, 2020