4 thoughts on “Toxic parking lots shed dust that boosts kids’ cancer risk, InvestigateWest says in major story

  1. Now that this commonly used sealant/sealcoat has been found to be toxic; is there a product available that protects against this? I was planning on sealcoating my own driveway this spring but am plannig otherwise until I can find a sealant that does not have this issue.

    • Gavin:

      I manage our efforts on the coal tar sealant ban in Austin. While we don’t endorse products per se, we have a list of sealants on our website that do not contain coal tar. Many are available throughout the country. Good luck.

      Tom

  2. I think it’s great that you are looking out for our health. I saw your article on TOXIC DUST and will inform others.
    I was wondering if you take suggestions on other “potentially” hazardous materials that are being sold and used in homes and offices throughout America. I know of such and don’t know how to investigate or get the word out. Please respond if you are interested.
    Thank You Robert Beets