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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MED-Project operates a Product Stewardship Plan for Unwanted Medicine from Households in the City...
San Francisco's most recent (9/27/22) Reduced Risk Pesticide List for all City-owned...
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...

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sfe_th_SFApproved CFL 4-PIN BALLASTS 2014-3-22 JC.pdf
sfe_th_SFApproved Cold cathode CFL 2014-2-26 by Marci POST.pdf
SFApproved LED screw-in ALL 2014-03-21 by JC POST.pdf
SFApproved LED screw-in ALL 2014-03-21 by JC POST.pdf
Scoresheet for prioritizing green purchasing product categories
This market survey by SF Environment shows that the costs of most green cleaning products (for...
This market survey by SF Environment shows that the costs of most green cleaning products (for...
San Francisco's 2014 Reduced Risk Pesticide List for City properties, as adopted by the...
This is San Francisco's 2014 draft reduced-risk pesticide list.
This is a list of exemptions to the 2013 Reduced Risk Pesticide List.
San Francisco’s Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program has been in operation since April 2012. This...

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