When it comes to chemicals, there’s no shortage of ‘green’ options

Chemicals are among the top 10 most important polluters in the United States, but not all are benign.

A growing body of evidence suggests that they can harm our health and the environment.

One study found that more than 60% of chemicals released by the chemical industry are linked to cancer.

A second study showed that chemicals released from petrochemical plants were more than twice as likely to be linked to thyroid disease.

That’s a huge difference from the general population.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that chemical releases from the petrochemicals industry cost the nation more than $300 billion each year.

The EPA has called for more transparency in how chemicals are handled in the industry.

That includes more oversight, including the use of independent monitoring, as well as the ability for more states to require the industry to have a permit to release a chemical.

That means there’s a lot more work to do.

In fact, the EPA is considering requiring companies to test their chemicals on a regular basis, rather than just using an automated testing program.

It also wants more companies to follow a list of safe-to-use guidelines.

These include keeping emissions to the minimal level that is safe for humans, including from emissions from equipment, sources of light and air pollution, and from the environment and waste.

Some of the best known chemicals are polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and benzene, both of which are carcinogens.

Both of those chemicals are used to make a lot of things, including furniture, clothing, food, toys, cosmetics, paints, and other consumer goods.

But benzene and PCBs are also known to cause birth defects.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has found that both PCBs and benzenes can increase the risk of cancer.

Both are used in plastics, plastics composite, plastics and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) composites, and some plastics and paint finishes.

The main concern is that PCBs, while less toxic, are still a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and contribute to ozone depletion, which can lead to asthma attacks and other health problems.

The chemical is also a known human carcinogen, according to the EPA.

There are also reports of exposure to other chemicals in food, including chemicals used in baby formula and food coloring.

One recent study found PCBs were linked to an increased risk of colorectal cancer in children.

These chemicals can also leach into the water supply and are known to leach arsenic and other metals into the food chain.

These substances can also cause birth defect defects in unborn children, according the EPA and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

The American Chemistry Council (AC) says chemicals released into the environment are also linked to a wide variety of cancers.

There have also been many reports of serious birth defects associated with exposures to PCBs and benzens.

In the U.K., the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has released data that found that, for the first time, a study found there was a link between exposure to PCB contamination and a risk of premature births.

In a recent report, the British government said that PCBs had been found in the urine of 2.5 million pregnant women and babies born to mothers who drank water from treated sewage treatment plants.

This is a serious concern because PCBs have been linked to birth defects in babies born at high birth weight.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are some 3,000,000 PCB-related deaths each year, including more than 2,000 deaths each day in the U, U.A.E., and Europe.

The Environmental Protection and Related Agencies (EPA, EPAARPA) has also called for the EPA to ban PCBs from the food supply.

The agency’s Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) is the only major federal regulation that requires manufacturers to test products for PCBs before they can be sold to consumers.

The TSCA requires testing for PCB emissions and to identify the most toxic chemicals.

That could be a huge step in the right direction, according EPA ARPA Director David Michaels.

“We need to move beyond a limited, focused testing regime and start to look at the totality of the risk,” Michaels said.

It’s important to note that many of the chemicals that are in the environment aren’t harmful.

Chemicals released into waterways from power plants and other sources, for example, are used by fish and other wildlife.

The United States also releases large amounts of other pollutants into the atmosphere.

The amount of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in the atmosphere is about 50 times the amount that’s in the air.

That nitrogen dioxide is released into a wide range of natural and man-made processes, including food production, power plants, and factories.

In some ways, the atmosphere contains a lot less pollution than the water, air, or food that comes from it.

But if the chemicals in the soil or water aren’t regulated