April 27, 2022
CleanUpKingspan.org
Kingspan Joins Amazon, Dollar General and Starbucks on 2022 ‘Dirty Dozen’ List
Designation comes shortly after Cal/OSHA issues citations for serious health & safety violations at Santa Ana Kingspan factory, with fines of $39K

March 3, 2022
In These Times
Workers Say They Breathe Polluted Air at “Green” Insulation Facility
Kingspan employees in Santa Ana, California are demanding improved health protections—and a fair process to organize.

December 14, 2021
CleanUpKingspan.org
Kingspan Calif. Employees Hold Vigil in Solidarity with Survivors of U.K. Grenfell Tower Fire
One week after Mercedes-Benz ended its partnership with Kingspan 

December 1, 2021
Voice of OC
Whistleblowers Say a Santa Ana Sheet Metal Factory is Unsafe, Polluting Water

November 11, 2021
ABC7 Los Angeles
Workers Say Air Quality Inside Kingspan Facility in Santa Ana is Serious Health Risk
Some workers claim they’ve been able to document pollution inside the facility and other violations.

November 11, 2021
CleanUpKingspan.org
Santa Ana Community Rally Puts a Spotlight on Labor and Environmental Shortcomings of “Green” Manufacturer Kingspan

November 10, 2021
Telemundo 52
Trabajadores en Santa Ana Denuncian Situación Laboral
Los trabajadores de una compañía en Santa Ana se quejan de no contar con el equipo adecuado para hacer su trabajo y es que un estudio reveló que la contaminación en el aire en lugar donde trabajan está a un nivel peligroso.

October 21, 2021
CleanUpKingspan.org
Kingspan Workers in Santa Ana File CalEPA and OSHA Whistleblower Complaints Alleging Violations of Clean Water and Worker Safety Laws at Global “Green” Building Manufacturer
Workers measured high air pollution levels inside the plant.

October 20, 2021
L.A. Times
For unionizing factory workers in Santa Ana, indoor air pollution is more pressing than pay

April 30, 2021
Smithsonian Magazine
Communities of Color ‘Disproportionately and Systematically’ Face Deadly Air Pollution, Regardless of Location or Income
Black, Latino and Asian Americans face higher levels of exposure to fine particulate matter from traffic, construction and other sources.

April 28, 2021
Washington Post
Deadly air pollutant ‘disproportionately and systematically’ harms Americans of color, study finds.
Black, Latino and Asian Americans face higher levels of exposure to fine particulate matter from traffic, construction and other sources.

April 28, 2021
New York Times
People of Color Breathe More Hazardous Air. The Sources Are Everywhere.
Researchers uncovered stark disparities between white people and minorities across thousands of categories of pollution, including trucks, industry, agriculture and even restaurants.