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Clean and refresh the home with nontoxic disinfectants and cleaning agents.
All these chemicals provide building blocks for over 70,000 different end products, many of which are nontoxic despite requiring some toxic chemicals in their manufacture.
Although the challenge remains to produce a nontoxic coating that is more effective than copper-based materials, our results to date are promising," Ober says.
If you try to make your home as nontoxic as possible, it will give you a sense of control and well being," says Spector.
This dinoflagellate, which inhabits estuaries, spends nearly all of its time in nontoxic life stages.
A Moorpark company is planning today to unveil a nontoxic gasoline additive it says provides the emission reductions and fuel efficiency without the environmental concerns of the controversial additive MTBE.
It's a lesson she learned last year, when Japanese researchers published data demonstrating that a nontoxic, anti-metastasis drug her team was working on (SN: 4/15/89, P.
Nontoxic finishes and varnishes (available from San Diego-based AFM Enterprises), water-based paints (Benjamin Moore's VOC-free variety), or "milk" paints (available at craft stores) are nontoxic options which set a room's new look.
While most drug therapies target secondary tumors with cell-killing chemicals, a few researchers are developing innovative, nontoxic alternatives to merely subvert the biochemical changes that allow colonization.
It can range from being energy efficient and using nontoxic interior finishes to being constructed of recycled materials and completely powered by the sun.