Green Chemistry Initiative Documents and Information
CHEMICAL/PRODUCT PRIORITIZATION RESOURCES
ALTERNATIVES ASSESSMENT RESOURCES
Director’s Public-Private Partnership Initiative
DTSC encourages collaboration and cooperation with academic, governmental, for-profit and nonprofit entities while maintaining a transparent partnership. Learn how to participate.
Green Chemistry Report and Appendices
The December 2008 report is available to be read in its entirety.
Summary of Recommendations
Six action points released in conjunction with the Green Chemistry Report, aimed at reducing the risk to public health and the environment and moving California toward a clean, green and sustainable economy.
Announcement of the final policy recommendations from the California Green Chemistry Initiative.
Assembly Bill 1879
The California Environmental Protection Agency is given greater authority to regulate toxins in consumer products.
Senate Bill 509
Authorizes the online Toxics Information Clearinghouse to provide Californians with information on hazardous chemicals encountered in their everyday lives.