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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San Francisco's most recent (9/13/21) Reduced Risk Pesticide List for all City-owned...
Compliance checklist for San Francisco's Integrated Pest Management Program. Includes the most...
Little Joe’s Pizza is an authentic Mexican and Italian family run business that opened in 1941. The...
Excelsior Works! is a non-profit that creates a viable link to workforce development that leads to...

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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.
Resolution calling upon San Francisco hospitals and retailers to help reduce infant exposure to...
The Method used to test for the presence and concentration of Phthalates in Children's Toys
A look at the potential hazards of chemicals in household cleaning products and their association...
A look at five common antimicrobial chemicals and their associated health impacts.
EcoLogo's revised standard for hard surface cleaners that limits products containing...
The hidden threats lurking in synthetic fragrances and indoor air fresheners
Brief ranking of common children's toys for toxic phthalates content
Ranked list of toys that were tested for toxic content

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