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  • Feasibility Study Report of Mercury Reduction from Crematoria
  • Pocket Guide to Non-Toxic Dry Cleaning
  • Removing the Stain – Getting Cancer-Causing Chemicals Out of Your Clothes
  • Toronto Toxic Reduction Tool Kit (PDF)

    Tool Kit Summary:
  • Tool KIT #1
    Your New Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw
    A quick introduction to the City of Toronto’s Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw that requires Toronto companies to report their use and release of 25 chemicals
  • Tool KIT #2
    The “Toxic Twenty-Five” Priority Substances
    A description of the 25 substances that includes the sources, their health effects, uses and the workers that might be exposed to them
  • Tool KIT #3
    Reporting Companies
    An explanation of the types of industries and businesses that must report under the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw and their timetables for reporting
  • Tool KIT #4
    Model Companies Show How Pollution Prevention Works
    Examples of companies in different sectors that have successfully changed their practices from pollution to pollution prevention
  • Tool KIT #5
    How to Research Chemicals Using ChemTRAC
    A step-by-step guide to accessing information and data submitted by companies under the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw
  • Tool KIT #6
    Reducing Pollutants in Your Neighbourhood
    Suggested ways in which the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw may be used to influence neighbouring companies to reduce or eliminate their pollutants
  • Tool KIT #7
    Auditing Your Workplace
    Suggested ways in which the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw may be used by workers to identify chemicals and to reduce or eliminate pollutants in the workplace
  • Tool KIT #8
    Getting the Toxic Twenty-Five Out of Your Home
    A walk-through the rooms of a typical home identifying products that may contain the 25 toxic chemicals covered by the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw and making recommendations for alternatives