praise for plastic purge

"Plastic Purge should be mandatory reading for our plastic addicted culture"-- Portland Book Review

"..Plastic Purge is lively, informative and—dare I say about such a serious and important topic--a lot of fun."    --Nena Baker, author of The Body Toxic: How the Hazardous Chemistry of Everyday Things Threatens Our Health and Well-being

"...In hip, conversational tones and with an 'oh wow!' sense of incredulity about plastic’s stealthy omnipresence, SanClements pens an eye-opening exposé of this product’s damaging properties."   --Booklist

"...Thanks to SanClements' effortlessly casual style, not only did I enjoy reading about the 'good, bad, and ugly' ways that plastics have infiltrated my home, diet, and even my wallet, but I learned how to reduce my plastic footprint.  This is the much-needed guide to living with the plastics you need and eliminating the ones that you don’t." --Aron Ralston, author of the New York Times Bestseller 127 Hours: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

"“A breezy yet highly informative trek through our plasticized world coupled with tips for reducing plastic from your life...This worthwhile little tome packs a wallop consisting of equal portions of healthy education and pertinent entertainment.”---Kirkus Reviews

"...SanCleme‎nts provides clear, practical direction for anyone who wants to live a healthier, plastic-free life. We'll be following his advice closely."‎ ---Bruce Lourie and Rick Smith, authors of Slow Death by Rubber Duck

"Plastic Purge is a witty, thoughtful, and very useful guide for people looking for a way out of our collective addiction to dangerous, polluting and (in many cases) completely unnecessary consumer products. Michael SanClements offers a breezy, fascinating, and insightful look at our buying habits, and how we might change them in ways that will help ourselves and our planet."   --McKay Jenkins, author of What's Gotten Into Us: Staying Healthy in a Toxic World

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