nontoxic


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not producing or resulting from poison

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safe to eat

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New Jersey-based Ruckstuhl gathers the Earth's natural fibers - including jute, flax, linen, wool, sisal, coir (from coconut shells) and cotton - to create long-lasting, nontoxic floor coverings.
New from Colorite Plastics Co., Ridgefield, N.J., are nontoxic PVC foam molding and extrusion compounds containing a chemical blowing agent, designed for hardnesses from 40 Shore A to rigid and densities below 1.0.
These programs embody concepts as simple as sprinkling a nontoxic chemical over the soil, then periodically raking the soil for enhanced sunlight-driven dechlorination, to subjecting PCBs to detoxifying chemical baths.
In other ecological and industrial zones, different recycled-content, pressed-panel materials such as sawdust/cement composites and nontoxic, recycled styrofoam might be used, says Fisk.
Barbecubes come with a nontoxic wood starter and are sold in 10-pound bags for $3.99 in Target and Costco Wholesale stores.
Figure 1 gives an overview of the effects of the studied physic nut varieties (toxic and nontoxic) on the macroscopic parameters (GR, GSI and RG).
In the revised, expanded, and updated 25th anniversary edition of The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy: Over 800 Natural, Nontoxic, and Fragrant Recipes to Create Health, Beauty, and Safe Home and Work Environments (New World Library, November 2016), Worwood's clear and positive voice provides readers the tools they need to create health, beauty, and safe environments in a way that offers natural, nontoxic comfort and care.
When you buy, look for products that are biodegradable, allergen-free, and nontoxic. Stay away from those that have parabens, phthalates, and the undefined elements of "fragrance." This goes for household cleaners, laundry detergents, and hygiene and beauty items.
Individual or master salt and pepper cellars are made by painting the interior of small shells with Classic Gold Liquid Leaf and sealing with a nontoxic sealer.
Organic Fiber Dyeing: The Colonial Williamsburg Method provides details on color-dyeing fabric techniques used by 18th century Williamsburg people, and covers nontoxic dyeing methods used in traditional ways.
They are made from repurposed scraps of oak wood, painted with nontoxic paint, and coated with a nontoxic finish.
Not only does the business have a new, state-of-the-art range, but they use a completely nontoxic gun-cleaning system to clean all of their range guns.
Summary: Greenpeace Lebanon said that materials dumped in the Beirut River last month -- turning the water red -- were likely nontoxic, echoing the government's findings on the case.
SAN DIEGO -- Women with nontoxic goiter were more than twice as likely to have breast cancer compared with women in the general population, according to a review of data from 789 women with nontoxic, multinodular goiter, uninodular goiter, or simple goiter, said Dr.
SAN DIEGO - Women with nontoxic goiter were more than twice as likely to have breast cancer compared with women in the general population, according to a review of data from 789 women with nontoxic, multinodular goiter, uninodular goiter, or simple goiter.