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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Safe Medicine Disposal tearpad
Safe Medicine Disposal poster.
Review Criteria for Evaluation of Stewardship Plans submitted for the San Francisco Drug Disposal...
Notice of public comment period regarding a proposed revision of the MED-Project Product...

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September 9, 2013 Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program stakeholder meeting handout
October 22, 2012 Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program stakeholder meeting handout
June 21, 2012 Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program stakeholder meeting handout
August 22, 2011 Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program stakeholder meeting handout
April 11, 2011 Safe Medicine Disposal Pilot Program stakeholder meeting handout
Updated (9/11/13) list of pesticide products reviewed for the City & County of San Francisco,...
Summary of revisions made to the Guide to the Reduced Risk Pesticide list, including changes in the...
How the City's Reduced-Risk Pesticide List is created, including the Hazard Tier Review...
Mayor Newsom's 2008 Executive Directive on using recycled paper, using less paper and...
Aprenda a hacer sus propios productos de limpieza y reducir su exposición a productos químicos...
Aprenda a hacer sus propios productos de limpieza y reducir su exposición a productos químicos...
The IPM Compliance Checklist provides an easy reference for City pest managers, including the 2015...

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