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toxicity

[täk′sis·əd·ē]
(pharmacology)
The quality of being toxic.
The kind and amount of poison or toxin produced by a microorganism, or possessed by a chemical substance not of biological origin.
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July 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- More than just an e-commerce store, Simply Nontoxic Cosmetics' newly designed website is a forum to educate consumers while showcasing a newly expanded line of upscale natural, organic, and toxin free cosmetics and skincare.
BEIRUT: Greenpeace Lebanon said Tuesday that materials dumped in the Beirut River last month -- turning the water red -- were likely nontoxic, echoing the government's findings on the case.
Level One--The most sustainable, nontoxic, earth-friendly level.
The scientists set out to create nontoxic coatings as hard and corrosion resistant as the chromium layer applied to steel.
The United States and other countries, though, allowed continued use of the fragrances because they were considered safe; a battery of routine toxicology screens have shown musk compounds to be nontoxic.
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Included were chemicals in finished products, even if the production process transformed the chemical into a nontoxic form.
Pacific Sands (OTCBB:PFSD) develops, manufactures, markets and sells a range of non-toxic, environment friendly cleaning and water-treatment products based on proprietary blended botanical and nontoxic chemical technologies.
Orange Guard, for instance, is a nontoxic, food-grade pesticide that can be safely sprayed into pet bedding.
Nontoxic silicone-based alternatives are available, but they still foul, yet are harder to clean.
The cleaning solution bottle was not labeled and contained a mixture of water and Citra-Cide, a nontoxic cleaning agent, said Capt.
Over 2 million lb of that toxic waste is converted into 3 million lb/yr of cadmium pigment - an insoluble, nontoxic form that is useful to society.