Downloads for Toxics & Health

Taking precautionary steps to reduce the negative impacts of toxics

As the first city to adopt the Precautionary Principle, San Francisco strives to protect the health of its residents, visitors and the local environment. SF Environment develops programs and policies to help individuals and businesses make safer choices in products, practices and services.

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Little Joe’s Pizza is an authentic Mexican and Italian family run business that opened in 1941. The...
Little Joe’s Pizza is an authentic Mexican and Italian family run business that opened in 1941. The...
Little Joe’s Pizza is an authentic Mexican and Italian family run business that opened in 1941. The...
San Francisco's most recent (9/13/21) Reduced Risk Pesticide List for all City-owned...

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Sign: Breathe easy. Flame retardant free, check the label.
Sign: Ask us about furniture made without flame retardant chemicals.
This is a timeline for the Safe Drug Disposal Stewardship Ordinance.
This is a template for wholesalers to list out producers of covered drugs as part of Section 2210...
This is a factsheet that talks about ventilation in artist studios.
This is the training guide used during the Safer Art Products & Practices Workshop. Please call...
Healthy Nail Salon Program Logo
Checklist of pest prevention tactics, drawn from the larger document Pest Prevention By Design.
Sample lease language for multifamily dwellings, created by the Department of the Environment'...
Final draft of the 2015 San Francisco Reduced Risk Pesticide List, as approved by the Commission on...
Table from IRTA's "Safer Alternative Graffiti Management Methods for Califoria"
label on upholstered home furniture without hazardous chemical flame retardants

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