Which chemicals can kill you?

Industrial chemicals, chemicals and solvents are known to kill people, and a growing number of chemicals are making their way into the food supply.

But there are some chemicals which have been linked to cancer, heart attacks, stroke and respiratory problems.

What you need to know about them and how they can be harmful.

Read more: Read the main article Industrial chemical ingredients Industrial chemical products are chemicals which can be produced by an industrial plant or chemical production facility.

They can contain chemicals used in fertilisers, paints, paint thinner, pesticides, paint, solvants, solubles, stabilisers and lubricants.

These chemicals are classified as industrial chemical products (ICPs) by the Food Standards Agency (FSA).

ICPs can contain a range of chemicals, from a few common pesticides to some more unusual chemicals such as synthetic cannabinoids.

ICPs are used in the production of products from paints, varnishes, paints and solids.

They are also found in plastics and in paints, soaps and other household products, as well as in paints used for building and building products.

Some of the most common industrial chemical ingredients are phthalates, trichloroethylene, chlorophenols, triclosan, phthalocyanates, thiocyanate and bisphenol A (BPA).

Phthalates and trichlons are both commonly used to make polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics.

Phthalates are commonly used in polyvinylene-styrene plastics, such as those used in PVC piping.

They’re commonly found in food packaging, plastics and cosmetics, and as food additives.

Trichlorosan is also commonly used as a solvent in food and food-grade products.

It’s used as an emulsifier in plastics.

Triclosans are commonly found as solvaries in paints.

Phosphoric acid, which is used in some cosmetics, can be used as phthalate.

It can also be found in some food preservatives.

Bisphenols are an industrial chemical used to manufacture polystyrene, a polycarbonate used as building materials and for composites and adhesives.

Bisphenyls are a common industrial additive used to give some plastics a metallic sheen.

It is often used as solvent in polyurethane, a plastic used as insulation and coatings in buildings.

Triclosan is found in many food preservative preservatives and food additives, as a solvating agent in some solvates.

Phosphates are used as additives to detergents, to soften food and to protect food against corrosion.

Some phthalic acid is also used as additive in some paints.

PVC is the main form of plastic used in products, including packaging and plastics.

It has a high density, so that it is able to adhere to many surfaces of a building.

PVC is commonly found to be a source of environmental pollution.

PVA is also found as a component in paints and coaters used for paints.