– Research, test and promote alternatives to toxic chemicals used in Massachusetts industries and communities

– Provide resources and tools for a safer place to live and work

– Promote economic competitiveness through improved efficiency, compliancy stability and reduced risk

Programs and Services:

Research in consortia, supply chain and peer networks, or through grants to academic researchers and industries.

Training for TUR professionals, community group and trade associations in core planner training, sector specific technologies and methods, and management tools

Technical support from the TURI Library and our experts

Laboratory services offering performance testing of non-toxic and less-toxic cleaning alternatives for specific, client-defined applications.

Grants to industry, community groups and researchers in academia.