Resources for Clean Products
Our resource list highlights third-party organizations that have independently analyzed different product categories to identify manufacturers who are producing cleaner, safer products and services.
Alternative Resources by Product
Healthy Building Network for PVC free building materials and arsenic-free wood products.
Greenpeace international website for PVC-free construction products.
Healthy Schools Network provides products and practices that will make schools safer for children.
Green Guide’s Product Reports for wood furniture and wood finishes
Green Guide’s Product Reports for shampoo, sunscreen, nail products, and lipstick.
Not Too Pretty’s website for phthalate-free cosmetic products.
Electronic Goods—Copiers, Home Appliances, etc
Silicon Valley Toxic Coalition’s 2002 Computer Report Card for a ranking of computer manufacturers based on environmental performance of products and production practices.
Green Guide’s Product Reports for air conditioners, air purifiers, and refrigerators.
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production for PVC-free office supplies
Green Guide’s Recommended Products for chocolate, beer, coffee, meat, milk, eggs, wine, and water filters.
Pesticide Action Network of North America (a one-stop shopping guide for how you can deal with pests and pesticide problems safely.
Organic Gardening.Com for organic gardening products and practices.
Green Guide’s Product Reports for insects (mosquitoes), moths, rodents, and fleas
Green Guide’s Product Reports for clothing and shoes.
Professional Wetcleaner Network for dry cleaning services that do not use perchloroethylene (a highly toxic solvent).
Alternative Resources by Material
Lowell Center’s Mercury-free Products Report for the State of Maine
PVC-free alternatives for furnishings, electrical equipment, garden products, car, children and baby supplies, sundries, medical products, and packaging can be found at PVCInformation.org.