Requests To Reproduce EWG Materials
The Environmental Working Group welcomes requests to reproduce EWG materials, including, but not limited to, articles, reports, blog entries, press releases, images and photos.
To request permission, please email a completed EWG Materials Request Form to
[email protected]. Should EWG grant your request, you agree to the terms and conditions below. EWG reviews requests on a case-by-case basis and reserves the right to deny permission for any reason, at its sole discretion.
Requests for EWG’s Agricultural orTap Water Database
EWG periodically receives requests to obtain or use its agricultural and Tap Water Database. As with other permission requests, EWG reviews requests for this data strictly on a case-by-case basis and reserves the right to deny permission for any reason, at its sole discretion. Should EWG grant your request, you agree to the terms and conditions below.
The criteria EWG uses when reviewing requests for this data:
- Educational and/or program implementation (e.g., conservation compliance) purposes.
- Consistent with EWG’s brand and mission.
- Scale or scope of request.
- Available staff time and resources.
Alternatively, you may fax any of the above EWG material or data requests to 202-232-2592, or return it by regular mail to the EWG Headquarters address, below.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR REPRODUCING EWG MATERIALS AND DATA
Agreement. Permission granted by EWG to reproduce EWG materials shall be subject to the terms and conditions set forth below. EWG reserves the right to modify this agreement at any time without advance notice. (Note that use of EWG’s web properties is also subject to the following user agreement.)
Permission. All content appearing on EWG’s web properties, including, but not limited to, articles, reports, blog entries, press releases, images and photos, is the property of EWG unless otherwise stated. Individuals may print a single copy of EWG materials for personal use, which may be shared with friends and family, without written permission. However, additional copies of EWG materials may not reproduced or made available for distribution without prior written permission.
Permission Requests. To obtain permission from EWG, complete a standard request form, available at www.ewg.org/reprintpermission, and email a signed copy to [email protected], fax it to 202-232-2592, or return it by regular mail to the EWG Headquarters address at the bottom of the form. EWG reviews submitted requests on a case-by-case basis. EWG reserves the right to deny permission for any reason, at its sole discretion. Permission to reproduce EWG materials will be issued in writing. You do not have permission to reproduce EWG materials until you receive written confirmation from EWG.
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