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Non-toxic implies that a product, substance, or chemical will not cause adverse health effects, either immediately or over the long-term.  

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33 Results : non toxic

  • recommendations_on_sustainable_landscaping_practices.pdf

    ...concentrating development in areas with minimal non-engineered slopes and existing infrastructure...living systems with both biological and non-biological components. Soil provides
    https://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › recommendations_on_sustainable_landscaping_practices.pdf
  • Microsoft Word - Supporting the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators

    ...constitute an endorsement by CEQ. Similarly, non-Federal hyperlinks that appear in the...the use of high-quality, durable, non-toxic products and materials. For example
    https://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › supporting_the_health_of_honey_bees_and_other_pollinators.pdf
  • SECTION B

    Control Application of chemical and non-chemical pesticides and trapping methods...Eradication methods recommended shall include non-pesticide practices where possible (vacuum
    https://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › GSA_IPM_Guidance.pdf
  • 21540?description=Landscaping_FINAL_Applicable_Clauses_and_Provisions_1_5_16.pdf

    Definitions. As used in this clause— “Toxic chemical” means a chemical or chemical...forms of Section 312 of EPCRA. (5) The toxic chemical release inventory of Section
    https://sftool.gov › attachment › downloadattachmentpdf › 21540?description=Landscaping_FINAL_Applicable_Clauses_and_Provisions_1_5_16.pdf
  • MaterialDetails - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...thermal performance; however, various toxic emissions are related to the manufacture
    https://sftool.gov › material › 2005 › vinyl-frame
  • Buildings and Health - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...physical commute to separate work from non-work hours it is easy to overwork, resulting...plants, and using only low-emitting / non-toxic materials and green housekeeping
    https://sftool.gov › learn › about › 576 › buildings-health
  • Human Behavior > IEQ - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...including flu-like symptoms, liver toxicity, or cancer. Estimates suggest that...in chair dust were elevated.2 More toxic molds can produce chemicals called
    https://sftool.gov › explore › green-building › section › 49 › ieq › human-impact
  • Pollinator Health Strategy 2015.pdf

    ...documented for some popula- tions of non-managed pollinators, e.g., the two-formed...known about trends for populations of non-managed bees that com- prise the majority
    https://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › Pollinator Health Strategy 2015.pdf
  • Mandates / Standards > IEQ - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...minimize pesticide use and favor the least-toxic options. Require building design to
    https://sftool.gov › explore › green-building › section › 34 › ieq › relevant-mandates-and-rating-systems
  • System Bundling > Lighting - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...life and do not contain mercury (a toxic metal). Staged Approach to Upgrades
    https://sftool.gov › explore › green-building › section › 4 › lighting › system-bundling
  • Enhancing Health with Indoor Air - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...standards are designed to protect against toxic effects of contaminants like asbestos...Study at Recommended Exposure Limits in Non-Industrial Environments. Building and
    https://sftool.gov › learn › about › 626 › enhancing-health-indoor-air
  • Green Procurement - Meeting & Conference Services - GSA Sustainable Facilities Tool

    ...fumes, soot, droplets and residues of toxic poisonous chemical are not in the air
    https://sftool.gov › greenprocurement › green-services › 10 › meeting-conference-services
  • Living Architecture: Green Roofs for Public Buildings

    ...the excess untreated sewage, oil, toxics, and debris spills directly into nearby
    https://sftool.gov › Content › attachments › Living_Architecture_Green_Roofs_for_Public_Buildings.pdf

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