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Scientists from the US and Canada describe the impact of methanol on the environment; human toxicity, including exposure, metabolism, in utero exposure, controlled human studies, and management of methanol poisoning; animal and aquatic toxicity, including acute toxicity, irritation, sensitization, and repeat exposures; the developmental and reproductive toxicology of methanol and the pathogenesis of methanol-induced birth defects; differences between PBPK (physiologically based pharmacokinetic) models of methanol disposition in mice and humans; oxidative stress and species differences in the metabolism, developmental toxicity, and carcinogenic potential of methanol and ethanol; and methanol and cancer.
In order to be eligible for the Nordic and EU Ecolabel, ingredient formulations for each individual cleaning product group must fulfill certain criteria regarding safety toward health or the environment; for example, bans or limits certain hazardous substances, aquatic toxicity or biodegradability.
As a designated third-party reviewer for the CleanGredients program, NSF International reviewed INVISTA s ingredient formulations for aquatic toxicity and biodegradability using criteria defined by the U.
Diazinon is also a restricted use pesticide due to avian and aquatic toxicity and can only be used by certified applicators or people under their direct supervision.
Ecosurf EH surfactants have an excellent environmental profile, are biodegradable with low aquatic toxicity and meet the criteria for the U.
They have an extremely low aquatic toxicity, so they won’t harm wildlife or upset the balance of the ocean.
The results were then evaluated for compliance with established regulatory standards and published aquatic toxicity criteria.
Methods for aquatic toxicity identification evaluation: Phase I toxicity characterization procedures, Second Edition.