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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List of producers participating in the Inmar Safe Drug Disposal Stewardship Program - January 25,...
MED-Project's comments on Inmar's proposed safe drug disposal stewardship plan
10.13.2020 revised Inmar Intelligence Safe Drug Disposal Stewardship Plan for San Francisco
This factsheet contains up-to-date lists of safer disinfectants that are approved for use on COVID-...

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Recommendations for the dental office employee, based on a survey done by collaboration of CA...
Sterilization products are made to kill living things which they come into contact. For this reason...
A guide for choosing safer dental instrument cleaning products
Dental offices routinely use disinfectants, adhesives, photo chemicals and other hazardous...
Factsheet on Universal Waste commonly found in the dental office
Some dental office wastes can be harmful to human health and the environment. Therefore, very...
Some dental office wastes can be harmful to human health and the environment. Therefore, very...
Sample request for proposals for integrated pest management services, based on RFP used by the City...
An example of a succesful IPM plan. This is the plan for the grounds and facilities of The...
Created by SF Environment in 2006 as a resource for managing rat infestations. The biology/ecology...
SF Environment's factsheet on dealing with, and preventing bedbugs
Learn how to make your own cleaning products and reduce your exposure to harmful chemicals.

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