nontoxic substances

nontoxic substances

Any substance characteristic of being nonpoisonous as ordinarily encountered. For those involved in patient care, it is important to know that some of the common materials that children and adults can accidentally ingest are not dangerous.
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The retailers can cut a kilo to a 50 percent purity level using powdered vitamin B or other nontoxic substances.
We divided our research into two categories: companies using sustainable practices, such as energy efficiency and renewable energy, waste reduction, nontoxic substances, and third-party certified goods such as organic products; and companies producing sustainable products, such as green buildings, renewable energy, organic and natural foods, etc.
spy satellites, to develop small rocket thrusters that run on nontoxic substances.
The laws would require those currently in possession of PCBs, considered likely carcinogens, to submit them for processing into nontoxic substances at facilities to be managed by a government affiliate.
one of the companies responsible for the Hudson's PCB contamination, were reporting some good news about this toxic cache: They've found that microbes in the river's sediment are munching away on buried PCBs, breaking them down into nontoxic substances.