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DetailsThe Exposure Information Database (ExpoDB) is based on the Priority Chemical Lists of Existing Chemicals maintained by European Chemicals Bureau (ECB). These priority lists include 141 chemicals (as of March 2007) for which the EU has conducted risk assessments. The data in ExpoDb is extracted from available draft or final versions of those risk assessment reports. The main purpose of this database is to condense exposure related information that can be used in exposure and risk assessments.Chemicals+Assays1411411680Link Out
DetailsThe purpose of the Concentration Database (ConcDb) is to gather data from published exposure concentration studies and provide a simple way to search through the results of the studies. Selection criteria for the studies included is that the study design has to be representative in the city or national level.Chemicals+Assays8461167796Link Out
Details Risk Information ExchangeThe Risk Information Exchange (RiskIE) is an Internet database that contains notifications about a variety of human health risk assessment projects that are in progress or recently completed. This web-based system enables users to publicly share and track the progress of projects and can be used to identify opportunities for collaboration in the health protection efforts among organizations.Chemicals+URLs3951258440976Link Out
Details"Arizona Pesticies: New, exempt, and unregistered pesticides"New, exempted, or unregistered insecticides under development for Southwestern crops and the insect pests they target (from Univ. of Ariz.)"""Chemicals+Assays1716190Link Out
Details"Pesticides in Groundwater, Suffolk County NY""pesticides in groundwater of Suffolk Co., NY"Chemicals+Assays3433632Link Out
Details"Relationships of Indoor, Outdoor, and Personal Air""Relationships of Indoor, Outdoor, and Personal Air (RIOPA). Health Effects Institute Publication No. 130, 2005 and Mickey Leland National Urban Air Toxics Research Center, Report No. 7. Data extracted from Tables 13-16 and represent Indoor, Outdoor, Adult Personal and Children Personal Concentrations."Chemicals+Assays36282304Link Out
Details"Washington State Persistance, Bioaccumulation, and Toxicity (PBT) chemicals""State of Washington Ecology has determined chemicals that meet the criteria for PBT (Persistence, Bioaccumulation, Toxicity)."Chemicals+ Assays7575150Link Out
DetailsAlaska Department of Environmental Conservation ground water cleanup levelsAlaska Department of Environmental Conservation groundwater cleanup levels (CLs) for contaminated site cleanupChemicals+Assays1681651008Link Out
DetailsAlaska Department of Environmental Conservation soil cleanup levelsAlaska Department of Environmental Conservation soil cleanup levels (CLs) for contaminated site cleanupChemicals+Assays1651653800Link Out
DetailsAlkylphenols & Ethoxylates Research CouncilThe Alkylphenols & Ethoxylates Research Council's list of the CAS numbers for nonylphenol and nonylphenol ethoxylates that are known to APERC as having commercial usage. Also included are substances not considered as nonylphenols nor nonylphenol ethoxylates.Chemicals+Assays272754Link Out
DetailsAmerican Bird Conservancy"Estimates of the acute toxicity of pesticides to birds. The approach followed is outlined in detail in Mineau et al. (2001). It consists of constructing a mathematical distribution of all available data for each pesticide. When data are insufficient to construct such a distribution, an extrapolation factor which is based on the known relative susceptibility of the test species is used instead. The listed reference values are calculated to be the best estimates of the LD50 for a bird species at the 5% tail of the distribution of sensitivity to a given pesticide regardless of its body size. "Chemicals+Assays8548296572Link Out
DetailsAmerican Industrial Hygiene Association Workplace Environmental Exposure Levels 2009AIHA Workplace Environmental Exposure Levels (WEELs) (2009)Chemicals+Assays118118494Link Out
DetailsAmerican Industrial Hygiene Association Workplace Environmental Exposure Levels 2011AIHA Workplace Environmental Exposure Levels (WEELs) (2011)Chemicals+Assays128125556Link Out
DetailsArizona Groundwater Protection List 2009Arizona 2009 Groundwater Protection ListChemicals+Assays737352Link Out
DetailsArizona Groundwater Protection List 2010Arizona Pesticide active ingredients 2010 Groundwater Protection ListChemicals+Assays767668Link Out
DetailsArizona Groundwater Protection List 2010 ProductsThe agricultural pesticide products containing Arizona Pesticide active ingredients on the 2010 Groundwater Protection ListChemicals+Assays6666938Link Out
DetailsArizona Groundwater Protection List 2011Arizona Pesticide active ingredients in the 2011 Groundwater Protection List (GWPL)Chemicals+Assays818174Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 1999"Reported Pesticide Sales Within Arizona Jan. 1, 1999 to Dec. 31, 1999"Chemicals+Assays11864708Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2000"Reported Pesticide Sales in Arizona During Jan. 1, 2000-Dec. 31, 2000"Chemicals+Assays3838408Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2001"Reported Pesticide Sales in Arizona During Jan. 1, 2001 to Dec. 31, 2001"Chemicals+Assays7676852Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2002"Reported Pesticide Sales in Arizona During Jan. 1, 2002 to Dec. 31, 2002"Chemicals+Assays5959630Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2003"Reported Sales in Arizona During Jan. 1, 2003 to Dec. 31, 2003"Chemicals+Assays4444372Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2004"Reported Pesticide Use in Arizona from Jan. 1, 2004 to Dec. 31, 2004"Chemicals+Assays2121288Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2005"Reported Pesticide Use in Arizona from January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005"Chemicals+Assays1818240Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2006"Reported Pesticide Use in Arizona from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006"Chemicals+Assays3434616Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2007"Reported Use of Pesticides in Arizona from Jan. 1, 2007 to Sept. 30, 2007"Chemicals+Assays1571574844Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2008"Reported use of pesticides in Arizona between Jan. 1, 2008 and Dec. 31, 2008.Chemicals+Assays3737980Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2009Reported use of pesticides in Arizona between Jan. 1, 2009 and Dec. 31, 2009.Chemicals+Assays37371472Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: 2010Reported use of pesticides in Arizona between Jan. 1, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2010.Chemicals+Assays36361360Link Out
DetailsArizona Pesticide Use: Cotton 1998-2000Pesticide use on cotton reported to Arizona 1998 - 2000Chemicals+Assays74721204Link Out
DetailsASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Annex IIASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Directive Annex II; substances prohibited in cosmetic productsChemicals+Assays147214042944Link Out
DetailsASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Annex III"ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Directive Annex III, part 1; List of substances which cosmetic products must not contain except subject to restrictions and conditions laid down"Chemicals+Assays171991514Link Out
DetailsASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Annex III Part2"ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Directive Annex III, part 2; List of substances provisionally allowed"Chemicals+Assays4332510Link Out
DetailsASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Annex IV"ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Directive Annex IV, part 1; List of colouring agents allowed for use in cosmetic products"Chemicals+Assays1941911262Link Out
DetailsASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Annex VI"ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Directive Annex VI, part 1; List of preservatives allowed for use in cosmetic products"Chemicals+Assays6754382Link Out
DetailsASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Annex VIIASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Cosmetic Directive Annex VI; List of UV filters which cosmetic products may contain.Chemicals+Assays3028182Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) CEP 2007ATSDR’s Division of Toxicology and Environmental Medicine publishes the Completed Exposure Pathway Site Count Report. A completed exposure pathway (CEP) is an exposure pathway that links a contaminant source to a receptor population.Chemicals+Assays10096600Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) HSEES 2006The Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance (HSEES) system was established by ATSDR to collect and analyze information about acute releases of hazardous substances and threatened releases that result in a public health action such as an evacuation. 14 state health departments currently participate.Chemicals+Assays4039960Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) InteractionsATSDR Interaction Profiles for Toxic Substances; mixtures found at NPL sitesChemicals+Assays5842270Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) MMGATSDR Medical Management Guidelines (MMGs)Chemicals+URLs8982178Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) MRLATSDR MRL (Minimal Risk Levels (MRLs) for Hazardous Substances)Chemicals+Assays1711716160Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) PDN DocThe priority data needs (PDN) represent essential information to improve the database for conducting public health assessments.Chemicals+URLs161632Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) PDN StatusStatus of ATSDR Priority Data Needs (PDN). The priority data needs represent essential information to improve the database for conducting public health assessments.Chemicals+Assays6464710Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) PHSThe ATSDR Public Health Statements (PHSs) are a series of summaries about hazardous substances developed by the ATSDR Division of Toxicology.Chemicals+URLs229220458Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) SPL 2011ATSDR Substance Priority List (SPL) for 2011; mandated by CERCLAChemicals+Assays2752751650Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) SPL 2011 DetailATSDR: Substance Priority List (SPL) 2011: Full SPL data used to determine the total point scores used to rank candidate substances.Chemicals+Assays84784735744Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) SPL 2011 Toxicity Valuesdetailed data table for the ATSDR 2011 Priority List of Hazardous Substance (also called the Substance Priority List)Chemicals+Assays8618617092Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) ToxFaq"ATSDR ToxFAQ: This source provides summaries about hazardous substances developed by the CDC ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) Division of Toxicology, especially concerning exposure to hazardous substances found around hazardous waste sites and the effects of exposure on human health. "Chemicals+Assays257241514Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) ToxGuidesThe ATSDR ToxGuides (TM) are quick reference guides excerpted from the corresponding toxicological profiles.Chemicals+URLs7269144Link Out
DetailsATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) ToxProfileAgency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) produces toxicological profiles for hazardous substances found at National Priorities List (NPL) sites.Chemicals+URLs256250512Link Out
DetailsAU Pest EffectsAustralian Sugar Yield Decline Joint Venture (SYDJV) report on Effects of pesticides on soil organisms and biological functions associated with soil healthChemicals+Assays99254Link Out
DetailsAustralia National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme"NICNAS (Australia's National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme) assesses priority existing chemicals and previously assessed existing chemicals where significant new information or circumstances arise. A Priority Existing Chemical (PEC) assessment is conducted for an industrial chemical that has been selected because there are reasonable grounds to believe that during the life cycle of the chemical, a risk of adverse health and/or environmental effects may arise. A Secondary Notification assessment is initiated when it is deemed that notified changes in circumstances warrant a re-assessment of the chemical."Chemicals + Assays201980Link Out
DetailsAustralia National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (2)"The chemicals listed were discussed at two Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) SIDS (screening information datasets) initial assessment meetings held in 2010-11. NICNAS selects chemicals for review based on whether they are listed in the NICNAS Candidate List for Priority Existing Chemical assessment or on the Australian High Volume Industrial Chemicals List. In addition, chemical categories were specifically selected to enhance NICNAS’s expertise in assessing chemical categories and the scientific justification for the category formation and read-across application."Chemicals + Assays5757142Link Out
DetailsAustralian National Pollutant Inventory Health and environmental health profiles prepared for 93 priority substances by Australian NPI (National Pollutant Inventory).Chemicals+URLs9890196Link Out
DetailsAustralian National Pollutant Inventory ThresholdAustralian NPI (National Pollutant Inventory) emission reporting thresholds for 93 priority substances.Chemicals+Assays11787468Link Out
DetailsAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) Approved ActivesAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) approved active substancesChemicals+Assays73773712210Link Out
DetailsAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) Exempt ActivesAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) active substances exempt from approval.Chemicals+Assays35925148Link Out
DetailsAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) RestrictedAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) restricted chemical productsChemicals+URLs141356Link Out
DetailsAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) TRIPSAustralian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) List of Agricultural active constituents that have TRIPS protection (international intellectual property rights).Chemicals+URLs1515120Link Out
DetailsAvian Incident Monitoring SystemThe Avian Incident Monitoring System (AIMS) field data on lethal and sub-lethal effects of pesticides on birds.Chemicals+Assays113111518Link Out
DetailsBelgium PosList Plast"Belgium positive list, list of monomers and other starting compounds, polymerisation compounds and additives, that may be used in the production and processing of plastics and elastomers and natural and synthetic rubber products that (may) come into contact with drinking water."Chemicals+Assays497398720Link Out
DetailsCAL CDPR Benchmarks"California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR) Review Of The U.S. EPA Aquatic Life Benchmarks, With Monitoring Recommendations"Chemicals+Assays9269998Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR Pest Emissions 2000California Department of Pesticide Regulations (DPR) report for 2000 on VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) Emissions from PesticidesChemicals+Assays2726200Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR Pest Emissions 2010California Department of Pesticide Regulations (DPR) report for 2010 on VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) Emissions from PesticidesChemicals+Assays2928200Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR Pest Wells 2010Cal CDPR (California Department of Pesticide Regulation) Sampling For Pesticide Residues In California Well Water for 2010Chemicals+Assays1271201192Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR Pest Wells SummaryCal CDPR (California Department of Pesticide Regulation) Summary of Historical and Current Pesticide Detections in WellsChemicals+Assays106991174Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestFateCalifornia Department of Pesticide Regulation Pesticide Fate Review DocumentsChemicals+Assays6053240Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 1994California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 1994Chemicals+Assays3122601244Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 1995California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 1995Chemicals+Assays3012571200Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 1996California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 1996Chemicals+Assays2942461176Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 1997California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 1997Chemicals+Assays2942521176Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 1998California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 1998Chemicals+Assays3152621260Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 1999California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 1999Chemicals+Assays3252781300Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2000California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2000Chemicals+Assays3332791332Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2001California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2001Chemicals+Assays3292831312Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2002California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2002Chemicals+Assays3503041400Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2003California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2003Chemicals+Assays8066473224Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2004California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2004Chemicals+Assays8176653268Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2005California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2005Chemicals+Assays8456873380Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2006California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2006Chemicals+Assays8667083464Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2007California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2007Chemicals+Assays8727093488Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2008California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2008Chemicals+Assays8857143540Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2009California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2009Chemicals+Assays8957353580Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR PestSales 2010California Department of Pesticide Regulation: Amount of Pesticides sold in California for the year 2010Chemicals+Assays8987413592Link Out
DetailsCal CDPR Pyrethrin ConcCalifornia Department of Pesticide Regulation (Cal DPR) Pyrethroid Concentrations in Surface Water and Bed Sediment in High Agricultural Use Regions of California.Chemicals+Assays44112Link Out
DetailsCAL CosmeticsThe California Safe Cosmetics Act of 2005 requires cosmetic manufacturers to disclose to the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) all products containing chemicals known or suspected to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive toxicity.Chemicals+Assays9667185878Link Out
DetailsCal EcoTox"The California Wildlife Biology, Exposure Factor, and Toxicity Database (Cal/Ecotox) is a compilation of ecological, physiological data, and toxicity data for a number of California mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish. " Chemicals+Assays218015530414Link Out
DetailsCal EcoTox DTSC SummaryCalifornia Department of Toxic Substances (DTS) Control Ecological Risk AssessmentChemicals+Assays2419294Link Out
DetailsCal EcoTox Navy BTAGsCalifornia Department of Toxic Substances (DTS) Use of Navy BTAG Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) for Ecological Risk Assessment Chemicals+Assays2624436Link Out
DetailsCAL Huntington ChemCity of Huntington Beach California List of Common ChemicalsChemicals+Assays1901181778Link Out
DetailsCal Pest RegisteredCalifornia Department of Pesticide Regulation (Cal DPR) Registered pesticide active ingredients.Chemicals+Assays20198324038Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1993California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) Residues in Fresh Produce for 1993.Chemicals+Assay696931720Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1994California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) Residues in Fresh Produce for 1994.Chemicals+Assays555525784Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1995California Department of Pesticide Regulations (DPR) 1995 Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays565632936Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1996California Department of Pesticide Regulations 1996 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays646347096Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1997California Department of Pesticide Regulations 1997 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays636244462Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1998California Department of Pesticide Regulations 1998 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays646357286Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 1999California Department of Pesticide Regulations 1999 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays616059114Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2000California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2000 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays585851692Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2001California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2001 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays616038274Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2002California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2002 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays515238324Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2003California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2003 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays474726996Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2004California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2004 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays404017136Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2005California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2005 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays424220370Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2006California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2006 List of Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays434321538Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2007California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) Residues in Fresh Produce for 2007.Chemicals+Assays414126576Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2008California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) Residues in Fresh Produce for 2008.Chemicals+Assays525220072Link Out
DetailsCal Pesticide Residues 2009California Department of Pesticide Regulations 2009 Pesticide Residues in Fresh ProduceChemicals+Assays767619028Link Out
DetailsCal PestUse 1991 1998California Department of Pesticide Regulations 1998 Report on Pesticide Use (1991 - 1998)Chemicals+Assays2331944194Link Out
DetailsCal PestUse 1999 2007California Department of Pesticide Regulations 1998 Report on Pesticide Use (1999 - 2007)Chemicals+Assays3882637760Link Out
DetailsCalEPA GAMA Nuc Water"California Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program, ground water information for radionuclides"Chemicals+Assays1010140Link Out
DetailsCalEPA PyrethroidsCalifornia Environmental Monitoring Branch report on pyrethrin and phyrethroid fate characteristicsChemicals+Assays121296Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB)California Air Resources Board (CARB) Annual Air Toxics summary - Statewide.Chemicals+Assays737331606Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) BusStudyCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) Children's School Bus Exposure StudyChemicals+Assays1817354Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) IAQ InventoryCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) emissions inventory for organic compounds from selected consumer productsChemicals+Assays2020176Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) IAQ ReactiveCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) Cleaning product and air freshener constituents which can react with oxidants (ozone)Chemicals+Assays3029126Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) IAQ RiversideCalifornia Air Resource's Board (CARB) summary of a study of Indoor Air Concentrations of Phthalates and PAHs in Southern California Homes (Riverside)Chemicals+Assays8880Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) IAQ VOCs CleaningCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) volatile constituents of cleaning products listed under California’s Proposition 65 or as a Toxic Air Contaminant.Chemicals+Assays2121168Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) MIR 2009California Air Resource's Board (CARB) Maximum Incremental Reactivity (MIR) scale regulatory applications (2009)Chemicals+Assays10957418962Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Air Resources Board (CARB) SolventDBCalifornia Air Resource's Board (CARB) database of the more significant solvent compounds used in consumer products available in California.Chemicals+URLs130111260Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study EmissionsThe projected toxic emissions inventory for MATES III for 2005 (California South Coast)Chemicals+Assays3432352Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Multiple Air Toxics Exposure StudyIIMultiple Air Toxics Exposure Study in the (California) South Coast Air Basin (MATES-II) during 1998-1999Chemicals+Assays2927296Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Multiple Air Toxics Exposure StudyIIIRegional air quality modeling using data from Multiple Air Toxics Exposure Study (MATES-III) in the South Coast Air Basin (California)Chemicals+Assays2014178Link Out
DetailsCalifornia Multiple Air Toxics Exposure StudyIII RFMultiple Air Toxics Exposure Study in the (California) South Coast Air Basin (MATES-III) list of substances and associated risk factorsChemicals+Assays3938216Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA AirCalifornia OEHHA Toxic Air ContaminantsChemicals+Assays1821231554Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA chRDChild-Specific Reference Doses (chRDs) for School Site Risk Assessment (California)Chemicals+Assays111166Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA SoilScreen NonVolCalifornia OEHHA soil screening numbers for nonvolatile chemicalsChemicals+Assays4444452Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA SoilScreen VolCalifornia OEHHA soil screening numbers for volatile chemicalsChemicals+Assays1818290Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA ToxCriteriaCalEPA - The California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) Toxicity Critera DatabaseChemicals+Assays2812741638Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA WaterPublic Health Goals. PHGs are concentrations of chemicals in drinking water that are not anticipated to produce adverse health effects following long-term exposures. The public health goals are non-regulatory in nature but are to be used as the health basis to update the state's primary drinking water standards (maximum contaminant levels, or MCLs) established by the California Department of Public Health (DPH) for chemicals subject to regulation.Chemicals+Assays9291408Link Out
DetailsCalOEHHA Water NLNotification Levels are health-based advisory levels for chemicals in drinking water that are established for chemicals for which there are no formal regulatory standards (California).Chemicals+Assays141462Link Out
DetailsCanada Alberta Water Quality GuidelinesAlberta (Canada) Surface Water Quality Guidelines (WQG) for the protection of freshwater aquatic lifeChemicals+Assays1221131100Link Out
DetailsCanada Alberta Water Quality Guidelines (Agricultural Use)Alberta (Canada) Surface Water Quality Guidelines (WQG) for Agricultural Use for the protection of freshwater aquatic lifeChemicals+Assays7771630Link Out
DetailsCanada DOJ IngredientsCanada Department of Justice Ingredient Disclosure List and ScheduleChemicals+Assays173616763472Link Out
DetailsCanada GLB PestPropCanadian Great Lakes Basin soil properties and total pesticide usage classification system for assessing the contamination risk posed by pesticides to surface and groundwater systems.Chemicals+Assays1231151368Link Out
DetailsCanada Manitoba Water Quality GuidelinesManitoba (Canada) Water Quality Guidelines (WQG)Chemicals+Assays181163826Link Out
DetailsCanada Ontario Drinking Water Quality Standards (DWQS)Ontario Provincial Drinking Water Quality Standards (DWQS)Chemicals+Assays157152946Link Out
DetailsCanada Ontario Provincial Water Quality Objectives (PWQO)Ontario Provincial Water Quality Objectives (PWQO) for ambient surface waterChemicals+Assays186176372Link Out
DetailsCanada Ontario PSQGOntario Provincial Sediment Quality Guidelines (PSQGs) for assessment of contaminated sedimentsChemicals+Assays5150546Link Out
DetailsCanada Transport CWATransport Canada's Emergency Response Guides 2008 for chemical warfare agentsChemicals+URLs37260Link Out
DetailsCanada Transport ERG2008"Transport Canada's Emergency Response Guides 2008; guidance for first responders in quickly identifying the specific or generic hazards of the material(s) involved in the incident, and protecting themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of the incident. "Chemicals+Assays2942144116Link Out
DetailsCanada Transport WaterReactiveTransport Canada's Emergency Response Guides 2008 for water-reactive materialsChemicals+Assays9176546Link Out
DetailsCarcinogenic Potency Database (CPDB)"Carcinogenic Potency Database (CPDB) is a resource of the results of 6540 chronic, long-term animal cancer tests on 1547 chemicals. From University of California at Berkeley."Chemicals+URLs154715103094Link Out
DetailsCAREX Canada CarcCAREX Canada Surveillance of environmental and exposures for cancer preventionChemicals+Assays10591566Link Out
DetailsCDC BiomonitoringCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Biomonitoring Summaries are intended to provide a brief general overview about the chemical or chemical group, including usage, environmental pathways, sources of exposure, toxicology, health effects, and human exposure informationChemicals+Assays228219744Link Out
DetailsCDC Savannah River Site (SRS)CDC Savannah River Site (SRS) Study chemical information used to develop or support chemical release estimatesChemicals+Assays168163826Link Out
DetailsCERCLA 2007CERCLA Priority List of Hazardous Substances for 2007 this is a list published by ATSDR (Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry) which is part of the Center for Disease Control. Each of the 275 chemical is provided with a toxicity score and a rank.Chemicals+Assays2752751648Link Out
DetailsChEMBLChEMBL is a database of bioactive drug-like small molecules, it contains 2-D structures, calculated properties (e.g. logP, Molecular Weight, Lipinski Parameters, etc.) and abstracted bioactivities (e.g. binding constants, pharmacology and ADMET data).Chemicals+Assays33866331546575141Link Out
Detailschemical constituents in cigarette smoke(NZ) Information on the chemical constituents in cigarette smoke that can be used for risk assessment and harm reduction.Chemicals+Assays9489462Link Out
DetailsChemicals Deleted from Restricted Use Pesticide ListChemicals Deleted from Restricted Use Pesticide List Because of Product Cancellation (from Clemson University)Chemicals+Assays4646184Link Out
DetailsChildren Total Exposure to Persistent Pesticides and Other Persistent Organic Pollutants (CTEPP) NC"The CTEPP study was designed to determine what commonly used chemicals are found in home and/or day care environments, and if children in these environments encountered those chemicals in the course of their regular, day-to-day activities. The research sought to identify the major routes (i.e., breathing and ingestion), and sources (i.e., dust, food, air, soil, and water) through which children can become in contact with chemicals."Chemicals+Assays688353242254No Link
DetailsChildren Total Exposure to Persistent Pesticides and Other Persistent Organic Pollutants (CTEPP) NC DC"The CTEPP study was designed to determine what commonly used chemicals are found in home and/or day care environments, and if children in these environments encountered those chemicals in the course of their regular, day-to-day activities. The research sought to identify the major routes (i.e., breathing and ingestion), and sources (i.e., dust, food, air, soil, and water) through which children can become in contact with chemicals."Chemicals+Assays12095126348No Link
DetailsChildren Total Exposure to Persistent Pesticides and Other Persistent Organic Pollutants (CTEPP) OH"The CTEPP study was designed to determine what commonly used chemicals are found in home and/or day care environments, and if children in these environments encountered those chemicals in the course of their regular, day-to-day activities. The research sought to identify the major routes (i.e., breathing and ingestion), and sources (i.e., dust, food, air, soil, and water) through which children can become in contact with chemicals."Chemicals+Assays767359239688No Link
DetailsChildren Total Exposure to Persistent Pesticides and Other Persistent Organic Pollutants (CTEPP) OH DC"The CTEPP study was designed to determine what commonly used chemicals are found in home and/or day care environments, and if children in these environments encountered those chemicals in the course of their regular, day-to-day activities. The research sought to identify the major routes (i.e., breathing and ingestion), and sources (i.e., dust, food, air, soil, and water) through which children can become in contact with chemicals."Chemicals+Assays14945230272No Link
DetailsColorado CDPHE"Colorado CDPHE, Water Quality Control Division, Inventory of Limits for Surface Waters"Chemicals+Assays2241991660Link Out
DetailsColorado CDPHE Drinking WaterColorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) Primary Drinking Water RegulationsChemicals+Assays8583700Link Out
DetailsColorado Soil Remed"Colorado Soil remediation standards developed for protection of human health and groundwater quality (CSEV Table, Colorado Soil Evaluation Values)"Chemicals+Assays1881882978Link Out
DetailsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Notification Threshold InorganicsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Significant Environmental Hazard Condition Notification Threshold Concentrations for Inorganic substancesChemicals+Assays2322268Link Out
DetailsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Notification Threshold SVOCsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Significant Environmental Hazard Condition Notification Threshold Concentrations for SVOCsChemicals+Assays4341516Link Out
DetailsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Notification Threshold VOCsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Significant Environmental Hazard Condition Notification Threshold Concentrations for VOCsChemicals+Assays3434452Link Out
DetailsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) RSRsConnecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)Chemicals+Assays91901532Link Out
DetailsCornell Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors (BCERF)Cornell University collection of Critical Evaluations from the Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors (BCERF) in New York StateChemicals+Assays1414112Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Product Survey #82Danish Ministry of the Environment; survey of chemical substances in consumer products. Survey and health assessment of selected respiratory sensitizers in consumer products.Chemicals+Assay10920Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 1Danish Consumer Product Survey No. 1 2001. Phthalates and organic tin compounds in PVC products: Content of pthalates and organic tin in shower curtains.Chemicals + Assay24111292Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 10"Chemical substances in """"do it yourself"""" cosmetics"Chemicals + Assay9688192Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 100"Mapping, emissions and environmental and health assessment of chemical substances in artificial turf"Chemicals + Assay14067280Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 102Exposure of 2-year-olds to chemical substances in Consumer ProductsChemicals + Assay273158546Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 102AChemical substances in sunscreensChemicals + Assay233181932Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 102B"Chemical substances in moisturizing creams, oil-based creams and lotions "Chemicals + Assay174136696Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 104Survey and health assessment of mercury in compact fluorescent lamps and straight fluorescent lampsChemicals + Assay112Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 105Survey and Health Assessment of Products for Interior Car CareChemicals+Assays123112880Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 105A26 Allergenic Substances (found in automotive care products)Chemicals+Assays262652Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 106"A survey was conducted of products for cleaning of ovens, cookers and ceramic cooktops and for stainless steel care available in retail shops. In the categories oven cleaners and ceramic cooktop cleaners, 14 products were selected for chemical analysis."Chemicals+Assays4230292Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 106ATypical constituents of scouring creams identified on the basis of the listings of ingredients of three products.Chemicals+Assays161196Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 107"This study focused on four phthalates DEHP, BBP, DBP and DIBP that are classified as toxic for the reproduction."Chemicals+Assays84352Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 108"102 products with large surfaces intended for indoor use, were selected and purchased. The selected products were quantitatively for the four phthalates DIBP, DBP, BBP and DEHP. "Chemicals+Assays448Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 109This project measured 4 phthalates in products with which children are in direct contact.Chemicals+Assays448Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 11"Selected Plant Substances in """"Natural"""" Cosmetics"Chemicals + Assay9041180Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 110A report detailing the estimated migration (and risk)of bisphenol A exposure from cash register receipts and baby pacifiersChemicals+Assays112Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 111"The purpose was to map the Danish market of cosmetic products marketed as ""non-preserved"" or as ""not preserved with artificial preservatives"". Ingredients with antimicrobial, antibacterial, antiseptic or preserving properties were identified. "Chemicals+Assays4593733624Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 12Chemical Substances from TamponsChemicals + Assay4440880Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 13Chemical Substances from Sanitary NapkinsChemicals + Assay53441562Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 14Chemical Substances Discharged When Heating Clay - Results for Organic TinChemicals + Assay2071014932Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 16Cleaning materials and polishes for metalChemicals + Assay422884Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 17"PFOS compounds in impregnating agents, wax and floor polish products"Chemicals + Assay6572Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 18328 hairstyling products were analyzed for their chemical constituents. 585 constituents were found in all and are listed in alphabetical order.Chemicals + Assay8404767724Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 19Chemical substances in Christmas spraysChemicals + Assay5630512Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 2"Danish Consumer Product Survey no.2, 2002. Investigation of pigments in tattoo colors"Chemicals + Assay2725108Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 20Chemical Substances in Products Containing Decorative LiquidsChemicals + Assay585194Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 21Chemicals in dry-cleaned textiles from Rynex and hydrocarbon dry-cleaning shopsChemicals + Assay9119796Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 22Liberation of MBT in natural rubberChemicals + Assay43272Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 23Survey of chemical compounds in textile fabricsChemicals + Assay7060200Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 24Antibacterial compounds in clothing articlesChemicals + Assay6614Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 25Chemical substances in mattress padsChemicals + Assay4412Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 26"Organic tin compounds in mattress pads, top mattresses, and baby/junior duvets"Chemicals + Assay8820Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 28Mapping of chemical substances in earplugs. Phase 2: Analysis of substancesChemicals + Assay5449108Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 29Survey and assessment of chemical substances in hobby adhesivesChemicals + Assay7451292Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 30Chemical substances in air fresheners and other fragrance liberating productsChemicals + Assay3029116Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 32ALiterature Survey for Substances which may be emitted from Electric and Electronic EquipmentChemicals + Assay135119270Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 32BSubstances Emitted from Electrical and Electronic ProductsChemicals + Assay7257144Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 32CFound Emitted Substances in Measurements on 4 Selected Electrical and Electronic AppliancesChemicals + Assay6052120Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 33"Natural toys made of plant fibres, woollen fibres and solid wood"Chemicals + Assay214105742Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 34Chemical Substances in Paper Handkerchiefs and Toilet PaperChemicals + Assay13355506Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 36Volatile organic chemicals in printed matterChemicals + Assay174153348Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 37Chemical substances in Christmas spraysChemicals + Assay5329106Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 38Survey and liberation of chemical substances in joint sealantsChemicals + Assay7649152Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 39ASurvey and emission of chemical substances from incense - Headspace analysisChemicals + Assay9555190Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 39BSurvey and emission of chemical substances from incense - Substances found during burningChemicals + Assay133129266Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 40Survey of fluorescent substances in consumer productsChemicals + Assay393778Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 41ASurvey of chemical substances in auto polish and waxChemicals + Assay8571170Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 41BSurvey of chemical substances in auto polish and wax - Headspace analysisChemicals + Assay6138122Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 42Chemical substances in toothbrushesChemicals + Assay4539180Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 43Mapping of stain removersChemicals + Assay15761314Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 46Release of chemical substances from tents and tunnels for childrenChemicals + Assay17153684Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 47Mapping the occurrence of potential or suspected PBT/vPvB substances in consumer productsChemicals + Assay6612Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 48Survey and assessment of chemical substances in window colorsChemicals + Assay464692Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 49AEmission of chemical substances from products made of exotic wood - IChemicals + Assay7570150Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 49BEmission of chemical substances from products made of exotic wood - IIChemicals + Assay8378166Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 49CEmission of chemical substances from products made of exotic wood - IIIChemicals + Assay212142Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 52AMapping and health assessment of chemical substances in shoe care products - IChemicals + Assay9152182Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 52BMapping and health assessment of chemical substances in shoe care products - IIChemicals + Assay5844116Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 53Survey of chemical substances in dandruff shampooChemicals + Assay15196302Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 54Emissions and evaluation of health effects of PAH's and aromatic amines from tyresChemicals + Assay222044Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 55Survey of lip care products with fragrance and flavourChemicals + Assay169136338Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 57Screening for health effects from chemical substances in textile colorantsChemicals + Assay6561130Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 58ASurvey of chemical substances in textile colorants - headspace anaysisChemicals + Assay5850116Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 58BSurvey of chemical substances in textile colorants - extractable organic compoundsChemicals + Assay7162142Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 59A"Survey and assessmens of chemical substances in glass and porcelain colours - Pigments, binders and additives"Chemicals + Assay7878156Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 59BSurvey and assessmens of chemical substances in glass and porcelain colours - Extractable substancesChemicals + Assay6049120Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 6Measured emissions from burning/unlit candlesChemicals + Assay4729998Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 60Chemical substances in surface treated wooden toysChemicals + Assay130118520Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 61Colorants in transferable picture tattoos for the skinChemicals + Assay111144Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 65Survey of chemical substances in kohl and henna productsChemicals + Assay6767134Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 66Emission and evaluation of chemical substances from selected electrical and electronic products - part 2Chemicals + Assay7469148Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 67"Chemical substances in ""slimy"" toys"Chemicals + Assay8168310Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 68Perfume in toys and children's articlesChemicals + Assay202118790Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 69Liquid hand soapsChemicals + Assay10081384Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 7Content analysis of beads and pegboards sold in DenmarkChemicals + Assay78321830Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 70Chemical substances in toys and childcare products produced from foam plasticChemicals + Assay3634104Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 72Assessment of DHA in self-tanning creams applied in spray boothsChemicals + Assay5130102Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 75Chemicals in indoor climate from various consumer productsChemicals + Assay11844Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 76Survey and health assesment of chemicals substances in pleasure gelsChemicals + Assay6363126Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 77Survey and health assesment of chemicals substances in sex toysChemicals + Assay363172Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 78Survey and health assessment of chemical substances in massage oilsChemicals + Assay6862136Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 79Survey and health risk assessment of products for treatment of sports injuries and painsChemicals + Assay5136102Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 8Selected fragrance materials in cleaning products and other consumer productsChemicals + Assay2524478Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 83Registration of chemical substances in cleaning agents used for cleaning after fire or smoke damage in private homes.Chemicals + Assay6854136Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 84"Chemical substances in school bags, toy bags, pencil cases and erasers"Chemicals + Assay13465536Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 85Products and material used within live role-playChemicals + Assay10184104Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 86Survey and risk assessment of chemical substances in deodorantsChemicals + Assay262452Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 88Cosmetic products for childrenChemicals + Assay461383404Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 89Chemical substances in balloonsChemicals + Assay9483346Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 90Chemical substances in baby productsChemicals + Assay268150748Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 91Survey of chemical substances in headphones and hearing protection aidsChemicals + Assay393278Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 92Survey and health assessment of chemical substances in essential oils and fragrance oilsChemicals + Assay30382606Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 93Substances in hobby products for childrenChemicals + Assay157120628Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 94Survey and health assessment of chemical substances in jewelleriesChemicals + Assay282856Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 95Survey and safety assessment of Chemical substances in artificial nails and nail hardenersChemicals + Assay6848136Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 98Survey and Health Assessment of Possible Health Hazardous Compounds in Proofing SpraysChemicals + Assay6747134Link Out
DetailsDanish Consumer Products Survery No. 99Survey and environmental/health assessment of fluorinated substances in impregnated consumer products and impregnating agentsChemicals + Assay403980Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA CoformulantsDanish EPA Report. Coformulants are widely used in the formulation of pesticides. The effects of eighteen pesticide coformulants were assessed for adverse health effects on the basis of available literature.Chemicals+Assays1919534Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA EffectsList 2009DanishEPA Lists of Effects for 2009Chemicals+Assays193291911477138Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA LOUS 2004Danish EPA 2004 List of Undesirable Substances (LOUS)Chemicals+Assays167159252Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA LOUS 2009Danish EPA 2009 List of Undesirable Substances (LOUS)Chemicals+Assays7569724Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA PFOS AirDanishEPA Summary of Literature Studies of levels of perfluorinated substances in airChemicals+Assays6478Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA PFOS HumanDanishEPA Summary of Studies in the Literature of human exposure to perfluorinated substancesChemicals+Assays435262Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA PFOS PropDanishEPA PhysicoChemical information on PFOS and PFOA and other PFAS substancesChemicals+Assays101040Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA Siloxanes INCIDanishEPA List of siloxane ingredients used in cosmetic products listed in the INCI InventoryChemicals+Assays17991716Link Out
DetailsDanishEPA Siloxanes ToxDanishEPA toxicity data on siloxanes obtained from search of literatureChemicals+Assays331078Link Out
DetailsDEA DrugsOfConcernU.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Drugs and Chemicals of ConcernChemicals+Assays4639184Link Out
DetailsDEA Exempt RxDrug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Exempt Prescription Products List (May 2010). These are exemption from controlled substance listing for nonnarcotic prescription products which meet certain criteria.Chemicals+Assays10103096Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2000DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2000 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524424Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2001DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2001 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524450Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2002DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2002 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524386Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2003DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2003 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524438Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2004DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2004 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524414Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2005DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2005 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524416Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2006DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2006 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524414Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2007DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2007 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524500Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2008DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2008 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524450Link Out
DetailsDEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2009DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS) 2009 Report for 25 Most Frequently Identified DrugsChemicals+Assays2524504Link Out
DetailsDEA Schedule I"U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Controlled Substance List, Schedule I"Chemicals+Assays132127424Link Out
DetailsDEA Schedule I Temp(DEA) Schedules of Controlled Substances: Temporary Placement of Five Synthetic Cannabinoids Into Schedule IChemicals+Assays5520Link Out
DetailsDEA Schedule II"U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Controlled Substance List, Schedule II"Chemicals+Assays6853248Link Out
DetailsDEA Schedule III".S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Controlled Substance List, Schedule IIIChemicals+Assays10277340Link Out
DetailsDEA Schedule IVU.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Controlled Substance List, Schedule IV"Chemicals+Assays7070270Link Out
DetailsDEA Schedule V"U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Controlled Substance List, Schedule V"Chemicals+Assays9934Link Out
DetailsDEA Uses ThresholdsThresholds and Illicit Uses for DEA Listed Regulated Chemicals under the Controlled Substance ActChemicals+Assays4239544Link Out
DetailsDelaware DNREC DischargeState of Delaware List of Chemicals and Requirements for Reporting a Discharge of a Pollutant or Air ContaminantChemicals+Assays141013903638Link Out
DetailsDelaware PWS MCLsDelaware Maximum Containment Levels (MCL) requirements for Public Drinking Water Systems (PWS)Chemicals+Assays8878704Link Out
DetailsDelaware URS EnvDelaware Uniform Risk-Based Remediation Standards (URS) for the protection of the environment under the Delaware Hazardous Substance Cleanup ActChemicals+Assays4284184144Link Out
DetailsDelaware URS HHDelaware Uniform Risk-Based Remediation Standards (URS) for the protection of human health under the Delaware Hazardous Substance Cleanup ActChemicals+Assays42942016596Link Out
DetailsDental Product GlossaryGlossary of Common Dental Product IngredientsChemicals+Assays8573340Link Out
DetailsDOD Air-MEGs CWAUS Army Military Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) for Chemical Warfare Agents (SWA) in AirChemicals+Assays66204Link Out
DetailsDOD Air-MEGs Long-TermUS Army Military Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) for Long-Term exposures to chemicals in ambient airChemicals+Assays7226923684Link Out
DetailsDOD Air-MEGs Short-TermUS Army Military Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) for Short-Term exposures to chemicals in ambient airChemicals+Assays3246319123218Link Out
DetailsDOD Air-MEGs TICsUS Army Military Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) for Key Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) in ambient airChemicals+Assays3535328Link Out
DetailsDOD Army WTAU.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine Wildlife Toxicity Assessment (WTA) reports for chemicals of concern to the Army.Chemicals+URLs3232220Link Out
DetailsDOD BSAFUS Army Corps of Engineers Biota-Sediment Accumulation Factor and Lipid DataChemicals+Assays268618655824Link Out
DetailsDOD Gulf Pest"DOD Environmental Exposure Report of exposure to pesticides during the 1990-1991 Gulf War. Toxicity assessment was conducted to weigh available evidence regarding the potential for particular pesticide active ingredients to cause adverse health effects, and to provide an estimate of the relationship between exposure and the increased likelihood and severity of adverse health effects."Chemicals+Assays12122298Link Out
DetailsDOD Soil-MEGsUS Army Military Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) for exposures to chemicals in soilChemicals+Assays6136092890Link Out
DetailsDOD Water-MEGsUS Army Military Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) for exposures to chemicals in drinking waterChemicals+Assays6085994652Link Out
DetailsDOE Aquatic BenchmarksDOE Toxicological Benchmarks for Screening Potential Contaminants of Concern for Effects on Aquatic BiotaChemicals+Assays2091092508Link Out
DetailsDOE BPA Approved HerbicidesDOE: Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) Transmission System Vegetation Management Program Approved HerbicidesChemicals+Assays3735380Link Out
DetailsDOE CWA DegradationUS DOE (Department of Energy) study of Chemical Warfare Agents and their degradation productsChemicals+Assays96134Link Out
DetailsDOE CWA PhysChem"DOE: Chemical Warfare Agent and Degradation Product physical, chemical, and environmental parameters"Chemicals+Assays1313458Link Out
DetailsDOE FrackingThe data provides a summary of the additives, their main compounds, the reason the additive is used in a hydraulic fracturing fluid, and some of the other common uses for these compounds.Chemicals+Assays1716102Link Out
DetailsDOE GreenhouseGases"U.S. Emissions of Halocarbons and Miscellaneous Greenhouse Gases, 1990-1998"Chemicals+Assays1611320Link Out
DetailsDOE GreenhouseGases Production"US Estimated 1990 Production, Sales, and Emissions of CFCs and Other Greenhouse Gases"Chemicals+Assays2424300Link Out
DetailsDOE Indoor Air"Review of Indoor Air VOC Concentrations (1990 - 2003), Report to DOE"Chemicals+Assays1061062322No Link
DetailsDOE PhytotoxPhytotoxicity benchmarks for 38 chemicals potentially associated with United States Department of Energy (DOE) sitesChemicals+Assays4646286Link Out
DetailsDOE Sediments FreshwaterUS DOE (Department of Energy) freshwater sediment benchmark data for evaluating the level of toxicological effects on sediment-associated biotaChemicals+Assays7474690Link Out
DetailsDOE Wildlife ToxDOE toxicological data which may be used for benchmarks for assessment of effects of certain chemicals on mammalian and avian wildlife species.Chemicals+Assays4949626Link Out
DetailsDOI BLM Herbicides"DOI (Dept. of the Interior) Herbicides to be examined for use on BLM (Bureau of Land Management) lands in Oregon. Environmental Impact Statement, July 2008."Chemicals+Assays1817232Link Out
DetailsDOI NPS ECEncyNational Park Service Environmental Contaminants EncyclopediaChemicals+URLs11875236Link Out
DetailsDOI NPS PestPropertiesDOI (Dept. of the Interior) Physical Properties And Health Effects of Pesticides Used On National Park Service CollectionsChemicals+Assays5148580Link Out
DetailsDOJ ATF Explosives"U S Dept. of Justice Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) List of Explosive materials"Chemicals+Assays23877476Link Out
DetailsDOT ERG 2008US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) 2008 Emergency Response Guide List of Dangerous Goods. Guidebook for first responders during initial phase of dangerous goods transportation incident.Chemicals+Assays3292163948Link Out
DetailsDOT ERG AnalysisMethodology used to select health criteria to estimate Protective Action Distances (PAD) for the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG 2008).Chemicals+Assays1641641968Link Out
DetailsDOT MarineUS Dept. of Transportation (DOT) Table of Marine PollutantsChemicals+Assays488320976Link Out
DetailsDOT PHMSA Fatalities"U.S. Department of Transportation; Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) Hazmat incidents with fatalities, 2006-2010"Chemicals+Assays149190Link Out
DetailsDOT THMUS Dept. of Transportation (DOT) Table of Hazardous Materials (THM) and Special ProvisionsChemicals+Assays1936125339490Link Out
DetailsDOT Water ReactiveChemicals that produce TIH gases upon reaction with water. Prepared for DOT 2008 Emergency Response Guidebook ERG2008Chemicals+Assays9275184Link Out
DetailsDOW Chemical SafetyDow has committed to make publicly available safety assessments for its products globally. This product safety assessment is intended to give general information about the chemical (or categories of chemicals) addressed.Chemicals+URLs5403681080Link Out
DetailsDrugBank"The DrugBank database is a unique bioinformatics and cheminformatics resource that combines detailed drug (i.e. chemical, pharmacological and pharmaceutical) data with comprehensive drug target (i.e. sequence, structure, and pathway) information. Reference: Wishart DS et al., DrugBank: a knowledgebase for drugs, drug actions and drug targets. Nucleic Acids Res. 2007 Dec 11 "Chemicals+Assays67072275102106Link Out
DetailsDSSTox HPVCSI: EPA High Production Volume Challen ProgramDSSTox High Production Volume Chemicals - Structure Index FileDSSTox Collection15977065038452362616Link Out
DetailsDSSTox: Distributed Structure-Searchable Toxicity DatabaseDistributed Structure-Searchable ToxicityDSSTox Collection6231914950189119Link Out
DetailsEC NPRI List 2007National Pollutant Release Inventory Substances (NPRI) for 2007; The NPRI is Environment Canada's legislated, publicly-accessible inventory of pollutant releases (to air, water and land), disposals and transfers for recycling."Chemicals+Assays3633241452Link Out
DetailsEC NPRI List 2008"National Pollutant Release Inventory Substances (NPRI) for 2008; The NPRI is Environment Canada's legislated, publicly-accessible inventory of pollutant releases (to air, water and land), disposals and transfers for recycling."Chemicals+Assays3633241448Link Out
DetailsEC NPRI List 2009"National Pollutant Release Inventory Substances (NPRI) for 2009; The NPRI is Environment Canada's legislated, publicly-accessible inventory of pollutant releases (to air, water and land), disposals and transfers for recycling."Chemicals+Assays3673241468Link Out
DetailsEC NPRI Releases 2007National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) for 2007; The NPRI is Environment Canada's legislated, publicly-accessible inventory of pollutant releases (to air, water and land), disposals and transfers for recycling."Chemicals+Assays3483076408Link Out
DetailsEC NPRI Releases 2008"National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) for 2008; The NPRI is Environment Canada's legislated, publicly-accessible inventory of pollutant releases (to air, water and land), disposals and transfers for recycling."Chemicals+Assays3062624572Link Out
DetailsECHA Authorization AnnexXIV"The REACH Regulation requires that ECHA identifies from the ""Candidate List"" priority substances to be included in Annex XIV of REACH (the ""Authorisation List"") and then recommends Annex XIV entries for these substances to the European Commission. ECHA submitted its first recommendation to the European Commission on 1 June 2009 and decond in Dec. 2011)."Chemicals+Assays272448Link Out
DetailsECHA Authorization SVHCCandidates"Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) for authorization. The identification of substances as Substances of Very High Concern and its inclusion in the Candidate List is the first step in the procedure concerning authorization. Substances of very high concern will be gradually included in Annex XIV of the REACH Regulation. Once included in that Annex, they cannot be placed on the market or used after a date to be set (the so-called “sunset date”) unless the company is granted an authorization. "Chemicals+Assays6561642Link Out
DetailsECHA Consultations Harmonize"The public consultations on the proposed classifications for a number of substances have already taken place and have now been closed. These substances are listed in the file together with the classification proposals. After finalising the consultation, the proposals, together with the comments received, will be discussed by ECHA’s Risk Assessment Committee who will issue a scientific opinion on the proposal."Chemicals+Assays312612476Link Out
DetailsECHA Dossiers Submitted HC and LECHA Dossiers Submitted HC and LUNKNOWN163157106No Link
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Current HC and LDossiers submitted for Registry of Intentions for Annex XV Dossiers -Chemicals+Assays2723324Link Out
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Current RestrictionsRegistry of Current Restriction Proposal IntentionsChemicals+Assays3246Link Out
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Current SVHCProposals for preparing Annex XV dossiers for substances of very high concern (SVHC).Chemicals+Assays8798Link Out
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Submitted RestrictionsRegistry of intentions for Annex XV dossiers - Restriction ProposalsChemicals+Assays1212144Link Out
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Submitted SVHCRegistry of intentions for Annex XV dossiers for Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC)Chemicals+Assays84771000Link Out
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Withdrawn HCLRegistry of Intentions for Annex XV dossiers - Withdrawn - Harmonized Classification and LabelingChemicals+Assays141490Link Out
DetailsECHA Intentions Dossiers Withdrawn SVHCSubstances for which proposed Annex XV Dossiers for substances viewed as ones of very high concern have been withdrawn.Chemicals+Assays2224Link Out
DetailsECHA PreRegistered"This list was produced on the basis of the information contained in the pre-registrations submitted by companies. It is an updated version of the preliminary list of substances which were pre-registered by companies before 1 December 2008. It simply shows the entire list of the substances, around 143,000 of them, pre-registered by some 65 000 companies. ECHA can therefore neither guarantee the accuracy nor the validity of the information submitted."Chemicals143831118318287662Link Out
DetailsECHA Proposals for tests involving vertebrate animals"Registrants may not conduct certain tests on vertebrate animals without clearance from ECHA and have therefore to submit test proposal(s) to ECHA as part of their registration. REACH requires ECHA to publish the name of the substance, the hazard endpoint for which vertebrate testing is proposed, and the date by which any third party information is required."Chemicals197661016Link Out
DetailsECHA Substances NOTRegisteredThis is a list of the substances identified for registration in 2010 but for which the specific EC (or CAS) number listed has not yet been registered.Chemicals+Assays1741136610446Link Out
DetailsECHA Transitional Annex XV"Annex XV transitional reports (these reports contain outstanding hazard and risk information and possible risk management options for so-called existing substances, developed under Regulation (EEC) No 793/93), where the work was not finalised by 1 June 2008."Chemical+Assays2626428Link Out
DetailsECHA Transitional Nominated MSCAs"Manufacturers and importers should submit outstanding data on existing priority substances that the European Commission has requested from them directly to the Member State Competent Authority (MSCA) in charge. For each of the 16 substances without rapporteur, ECHA has nominated a MSCA that will be responsible for evaluating the new information received from industry. The contact information of these MSCAs or of a body performing the evaluation on behalf of the MSCA is available here."Chemicals+Assays161664Link Out
DetailsECHA Transitional VolRAThese are voluntary risk assessment reports (VRAR) submitted to ECHA based on industry initiatives that follow the risk assessment procedures of Existing Substance Regulation (EEC) No 793/93.Chemicals+Assays191874Link Out
DetailsED 3ED 3UNKNOWN153480914070No Link
DetailsEDSPDB"Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program Database - EPA is proposing to select and screen approximately 50 to 100 chemicals drawn from pesticide active ingredients and HPV chemicals with some pesticidal inert uses (HPV/Inert chemicals) to help EPA further refine the screening and testing program. EPA is not proposing to directly use the Endocrine Disruptor Priority Setting Database (EDPSD) at this time in light of the narrower scope and focus of the initial list; however, for subsequent lists EPA will consider the use of EDPSD. EPA anticipates that it will modify its chemical selection approach for subsequent Tier 1 screening lists based on experience gained from the results of testing chemicals on the initial list, the feasibility of incorporating different categories of chemicals (e.g., non-pesticide substances), additional pathways of exposure, and the availability of new priority setting tools (e.g., HTPS or QSAR models). EPA developed an automated priority setting database to assist in the evaluation of the large number of Tier 1 candidate chemicals. The Endocrine Disruptor Priority Setting Database (EDPSD) utilizes a ""compartment-based priority setting strategy"" that was recommended by the Endocrine Disruptor Screening and Testing Committee (EDSTAC) and affirmed by EPA in its 1998 Proposed Statement of Policy. The term ""compartment"" in this context refers to a set of chemicals defined by common exposure and/or effects parameters (e.g., the set of chemicals found in drinking water). For each compartment, a simple ranking algorithm is developed which makes use of the common parameters shared by the chemicals in that compartment. The overall priority list is then obtained by taking the highest ranking chemicals from each compartment. "Chemicals+Assays1429751371023677456Link Out
DetailsEFMA FertilizersEFMA list of fertilizers to address REACH requirementsChemicals+Assays3128118Link Out
DetailsEndocrine Disrupting Compounds in Indoor Air and Dust (1)Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Indoor Air and Dust (1)UNKNOWN5350654No Link
DetailsEndocrine Disrupting Compounds in Indoor Air and Dust (2)Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Indoor Air and Dust (2)UNKNOWN67640No Link
DetailsEnvironment Canada ARETEnvironment Canada (EC) Accelerated Reduction/Elimination of Toxics (ARET) Program ChemicalsChemicals+Assays117110476Link Out
DetailsEnvironment Canada DSL (2007)"Environment Canada Domestic Substances List (2007) (Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2008)"Chemicals+Assays2201722008312120Link Out
DetailsEnvironment Canada National Pollutant Release Inventory Substances (NPRI) Metals TrendsEnvironment Canada (EC) National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) Air Pollutant Emission Trends for Heavy Metals (1990-2007)Chemicals+Assays331022Link Out
DetailsEnvironment Canada National Pollutant Release Inventory Substances (NPRI) POPs TrendsEnvironment Canada (EC) National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) Air Pollutant Emission Trends for POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants)(1990-2007)Chemicals+Assays551706Link Out
DetailsEnvironment Canada PFOS PrEnvironment Canadaursors"Environment Canada: Compounds considered to be Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS), Its Salts and Its Precursors in its Final Ecological Screening Assessment Report"Chemicals+Assays5753366Link Out
DetailsEnvironment Canada RATLs FieldEnvironment Canada RATL: A Database of Reptile and Amphibian Toxicology Literature; Contaminant residues measured in field samples of reptiles and amphibians.Chemicals+Assays11311317438Link Out
DetailsEPA AEGL FinalAEGLs represent threshold exposure limits for the general public and are applicable to emergency exposure periods ranging from 10 min to 8 h. AEGL-2 and AEGL-3, and AEGL-1 values as appropriate, will be developed for each of five exposure periods (10 and 30 min, 1 h, 4 h, and 8 h) and will be distinguished by varying degrees of severity of toxic effects. It is believed that the recommended exposure levels are applicable to the general population including infants and children, and other individuals who may be susceptible. Final AEGLs will be published by the National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences (NRC/NAS) following NRC/NAS peer review. The NAS publications may differ slightly from the final AEGL technical support documents due to editorial changes."Chemicals+Assays1041033120Link Out
DetailsEPA AEGL Holding"AEGLs represent threshold exposure limits for the general public and are applicable to emergency exposure periods ranging from 10 min to 8 h. AEGL-2 and AEGL-3, and AEGL-1 values as appropriate, will be developed for each of five exposure periods (10 and 30 min, 1 h, 4 h, and 8 h) and will be distinguished by varying degrees of severity of toxic effects. It is believed that the recommended exposure levels are applicable to the general population including infants and children, and other individuals who may be susceptible. Holding Status AEGLs have been reviewed by the NAC/AEGL Committee and are on hold due to insufficient data to develop AEGL values."Chemicals46450Link Out
DetailsEPA AEGL InterimAEGLs represent threshold exposure limits for the general public and are applicable to emergency exposure periods ranging from 10 min to 8 h. AEGL-2 and AEGL-3, and AEGL-1 values as appropriate, will be developed for each of five exposure periods (10 and 30 min, 1 h, 4 h, and 8 h) and will be distinguished by varying degrees of severity of toxic effects. It is believed that the recommended exposure levels are applicable to the general population including infants and children, and other individuals who may be susceptible. Interim AEGLs are established following review and consideration by the National Advisory Committee for AEGLs (NAC/AEGL) of public comments on Proposed AEGLs. Interim AEGLs are available for use by organizations while awaiting NRC/NAS peer review and publication of Final AEGLs. Changes to Interim values and Technical Support Documents may occur prior to publication of Final AEGL values. "Chemicals+Assays2002006000Link Out
DetailsEPA AEGL Proposed"AEGLs represent threshold exposure limits for the general public and are applicable to emergency exposure periods ranging from 10 min to 8 h. AEGL-2 and AEGL-3, and AEGL-1 values as appropriate, will be developed for each of five exposure periods (10 and 30 min, 1 h, 4 h, and 8 h) and will be distinguished by varying degrees of severity of toxic effects. It is believed that the recommended exposure levels are applicable to the general population including infants and children, and other individuals who may be susceptible. Proposed AEGLs are published in the Federal Register for public comment following review and concurrence of Draft AEGLs by the NAC/AEGL. The comment period is 30 days from the date Proposed AEGLs are published in the Federal Register."Chemicals+URLs232346Link Out
DetailsEPA AEGL SecondPriority"AEGLs represent threshold exposure limits for the general public and are applicable to emergency exposure periods ranging from 10 min to 8 h. AEGL-2 and AEGL-3, and AEGL-1 values as appropriate, will be developed for each of five exposure periods (10 and 30 min, 1 h, 4 h, and 8 h) and will be distinguished by varying degrees of severity of toxic effects. It is believed that the recommended exposure levels are applicable to the general population including infants and children, and other individuals who may be susceptible. This list of 371 priority chemicals is a composite of numerous priority lists of acutely toxic chemicals and represents the selection of chemicals for AEGL development by the NAC/AEGL during the next several years. The list has been assembled from the individual lists of chemicals nominated by NAC/AEGL member organizations for AEGL development. The priority list of chemicals, published in notice, is subject to modification as priorities of the NAC/AEGL committee or the NAC/AEGL member organizations change, it is anticipated that most of the chemicals on the priority list will remain as higher priority for AEGL development during the next several years. "Chemicals3713710Link Out
DetailsEPA Aerosol Coating RFReactivity Factors for National Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emission Standards for Aerosol CoatingsChemicals+Assays170170340Link Out
DetailsEPA Antimicrobials ReregistrationUS Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Registration Review: Schedule for Beginning Reviews - 2012 to 2015 (Antimicrobial Pesticide Cases)Chemicals+Assays2462355132Link Out
DetailsEPA BASE SummarySummary of VOC concentrations found in the EPA Building Assessment Survey and Evaluation (BASE) StudyChemicals+Assays5858232Link Out
DetailsEPA Biochemical ReregistrationEPA Registration Review: Schedule for Beginning Reviews - 2012 to 2015 (Biochemical Pesticide Cases)Chemicals+Assays1711572948Link Out
DetailsEPA CARCChemicals Evaluated for Carcinogenic Potential list provides an overview of pesticide chemicals evaluated for carcinogenic potential by EPA’s Pesticide ProgramChemicals+Assays4804771920Link Out
DetailsEPA CCL1EPA first Drinking Water Contaminant Candidate List CCL1, substances which may require regulation under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA)Chemicals+Assays5047100Link Out
DetailsEPA CCL2EPA Drinking Water Candidate Contaminant List 2, substances which may requre regulation under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).Chemicals+Assays423984Link Out
DetailsEPA CCL3EPA Drinking Water Candidate Contaminant List 3, substances which may requre regulation under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).Chemicals104102208Link Out
DetailsEPA Child PKThe ECOTOXicology database (ECOTOX) is a source for locating single chemical toxicity data for aquatic life, terrestrial plants and wildlife. ECOTOX was created and is maintained by the U.S.EPA, Office of Research and Development (ORD) , and the National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory's (NHEERL's) Mid-Continent Ecology Division (MED).Chemicals+Assays4444252Link Out
DetailsEPA Conventional ReregistrationEPA Registration Review: Schedule for Beginning Reviews - 2012 to 2015 (Conventional Pesticide Cases)Chemicals+Assays62660813510Link Out
DetailsEPA CWA SimulantsReview of the physical-chemical properties of compounds that can be used to simulate chemical agentsChemicals+Assays4138588Link Out
DetailsEPA DWSHAEPA 2011 Edition of the Drinking Water Standards and Health AdvisoriesChemicals+Assays2122103074Link Out
DetailsEPA ECOTOXThe ECOTOXicology database (ECOTOX) is a source for locating single chemical toxicity data for aquatic life, terrestrial plants and wildlife. ECOTOX was created and is maintained by the U.S.EPA, Office of Research and Development (ORD) , and the National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory's (NHEERL's) Mid-Continent Ecology Division (MED).Chemicals1797389000Link Out
DetailsEPA EDSP2009EPA Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program (EDSP) list of the 67 pesticide active ingredients and HPV/pesticide inert chemicals selected for Tier 1 screening.Chemicals+Assays6767134Link Out
DetailsEPA EFED MOAEPA Pesticide Mode of Action Database.Chemicals+Assays167316651788No Link
DetailsEPA FPIN FragrancesEPA study: Polar Organic Compounds in Fragrances of Consumer ProductsChemicals+Assays10199616Link Out
DetailsEPA GLNPO BNSGreat Lakes Binational Toxics Strategy (US and Canada) to protect the Great Lakes ecosystem; Level 1 and 2 substancesChemicals+Assays363472Link Out
DetailsEPA GLNPO IADN half-lifeEPA GLNPO: Calculated half-live of substances in the vapor and particle phases at seven sites near the Great Lakes collected as part of Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN)Chemicals+Assays4238938Link Out
DetailsEPA GLNPO IADN PestTrendEPA GLNPO: Comparison of pesticide concentrations between IADN and other studiesChemicals+Assays881364Link Out
DetailsEPA GLNPO IADN thru2005EPA: Great Lakes water concentrations of Toxic Substances for IADN 2001-2005 loadings calculationsChemicals+Assays1717450Link Out
DetailsEPA GLNPO PhysChemEPA GLNPO: Chemical properties of organochlorine pesticides that are included in the Integrated Atmospheric Deposition Network (IADN)Chemicals+Assays1717136Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf AirEPA Analytical Data for Air samples taken to asess impact of BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of MexicoChemicals+Assays131334872Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf Benchmarks AquaticEPA Water Quality Benchmarks for Aquatic Life developed for Gulf oil spillChemicals+Assays4727384Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf Benchmarks HHEPA Human Health Benchmarks developed for Gulf oil spillChemicals+Assays2121138Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf Disp AqEPA Analytical Data for dispersants in water and sediment samples taken to asess impact of BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of MexicoChemicals+Assays11144Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf SedimentsEPA Analytical Data for sediment samples taken to asess impact of BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of MexicoChemicals+Assays282732698Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf SurfaceWaterEPA Analytical Data for surfface water samples taken because of BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of MexicoChemicals+Assays262639724Link Out
DetailsEPA Gulf WaterEPA Analytical Data for water samples taken to asess impact of BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of MexicoChemicals+Assays661566Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP 1996 NATA"National inventory of air toxics emissions from sources in the contiguous 48 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands."Chemicals+Assays3430272Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP 1999 NEIEPA National Emission Inventory database provides estimates of annual emissions of criteria and hazardous air pollutants from all types of sources.Chemicals+Assays180173360Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP 2002 NEIEPA National Emission Inventory database provides estimates of annual emissions of criteria and hazardous air pollutants from all types of sources.Chemicals+Assays1811731086Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP AcuteRiskDose-response assessments that the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS) uses for risk assessments of hazardous air pollutants; values for short-term (acute) inhalation exposures. The data is compiled assessments from various sources for many of the 188 substances listed as hazardous air pollutants (air toxics) under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.Chemicals+Assays3133072218Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP ARP"EPA Chemical Accidental Release Prevention (ARP). Threshold quantities are established for toxic substances ranging from 500 to 20,000 pounds. The goals of the chemical accident prevention provisions are to focus on chemicals that pose a significant hazard to the community should an accident occur, to prevent their accidental release and to minimize the consequences of such releases."Chemicals+Assays140138840Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP ChronicRiskDose-response assessments that the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS) uses for risk assessments of hazardous air pollutants; values for long-term (chronic) inhalation and oral exposures. The data is compiled assessments from various sources for many of the 188 substances listed as hazardous air pollutants (air toxics) under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.Chemicals+Assays2512481822Link Out
DetailsEPA HAP FactSheets"Health Effects Notebook for Hazardous Air Pollutants. The fact sheets available describe the effects on human health of substances that are defined as hazardous by the 1990 amendments of the Clean Air Act. These substances include certain volatile organic chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and radionuclides."Chemicals+Assays182177364Link Out
DetailsEPA HPVThe U.S. high production volume (HPV) chemicals are those which are manufactured in or imported into the United States in amounts equal to or greater than one million pounds per year. This list is taken from the 2002 Inventory Update Rule (IUR) ListChemicals253925390No Link
DetailsEPA HPV Challenge"Under the High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge Program, companies are ""challenged"" to make health and environmental effects data publicly available on chemicals produced or imported in the United States in the greatest quantities. HPV chemicals are classified as those chemicals produced or imported in the United States in quantities of 1 million pounds or more per year. As of June 2007, companies have sponsored more than 2,200 HPV chemicals, with approximately 1,400 chemicals sponsored directly through the HPV Challenge Program and over 860 chemicals sponsored indirectly through international efforts. Access to HPV chemical information enables the public to participate in environmental decision-making at all levels - federal, state, and local. With voluntary data collection nearing its conclusion, the focus of the HPV Challenge Program has shifted to data use, both by the public and by EPA in its mission to protect human health and the environment. "Chemicals316423341093744Link Out
DetailsEPA HPV Priority PhysChemEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA) physical-chemical properties from Screening-Level Hazard Characterization Of High Production Volume (HPV) Chemicals for PrioritizationsChemicals+Assays127931356Link Out
DetailsEPA HPVIS StructuresA large collection of chemicals with structure that are contained in the HPVIS system - most are not HPV chemicalsChemicals+Structures31135311340No Link
DetailsEPA INERTS 25b" Minimal Risk FIFRA Section 25(b) Inert Ingredients are approved for use in minimal risk pesticide products under FIFRA Section 25(b); they are called 4A inert ingredients. The inert ingredients are also eligible for inclusion in FIFRA Section 25(b) pesticide products applied to food use sites (e.g., food crops, animals used for food, etc.)."Chemicals+Assays2882401152Link Out
DetailsEPA INERTS 4AList 4A - Minimal Risk Inert Ingredients; permitted under National Organic Program (NOP) regulations; also used for purposes of FIFRA Section 25(b).Chemicals+Assays251237502Link Out
DetailsEPA INERTS 4BList 4B - Other ingredients for which EPA has sufficient information to reasonable conclude that the current use pattern in pesticide products will not adversely affect the public health or the envorinment. Permitted under National Organic Program (NOP) regulations; also used for purposes of FIFRA Section 25(b).Chemicals+Assay5425201084Link Out
DetailsEPA Inerts Exempt Animals(EPA) CFR PART 180 - Tolerances and Exemptions for Pesticide Chemical Residues in Food. § 180.930 Inert ingredients applied to animals; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.Chemicals+Assays4033771120Link Out
DetailsEPA Inerts Exempt AntiMicrobe(EPA) CFR PART 180 - Tolerances and Exemptions for Pesticide Chemical Residues in Food. § 180.940 Tolerance exemptions for active and inert ingredients for use in antimicrobial formulations (Food-contact surface sanitizing solutions).Chemicals+Assays242166792Link Out
DetailsEPA Inerts Exempt MinRisk(EPA) CFR PART 180 - Tolerances and Exemptions for Pesticide Chemical Residues in Food. § 180.950 Tolerance exemptions for minimal risk active and inert ingredients. (e) Specific chemical substances.Chemicals+Assays8379166Link Out
DetailsEPA Inerts Exempt Pesticides(EPA) CFR PART 180 - Tolerances and Exemptions for Pesticide Chemical Residues in Food. § 180.910 Inert ingredients used pre- and post-harvest; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.Chemicals+Assays4564151128Link Out
DetailsEPA Inerts Exempt Polymers(EPA) CFR PART 180 - Tolerances and Exemptions for Pesticide Chemical Residues in Food. § 180.960 Polymers; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.Chemicals+Assays248184496Link Out
DetailsEPA Inerts Exempt Pre-Harvest(EPA) CFR PART 180 - Tolerances and Exemptions for Pesticide Chemical Residues in Food. Part 180.920. Inert ingredients used pre-harvest; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.Chemicals+Assays290268858Link Out
DetailsEPA INERTS FMA Fragrances"OPP Inert (other) Ingredients in Pesticide Products - FMA Fragrance Ingredient Database. The Fragrance Materials Association (FMA) developed, on its own initiative, a list of more than 1500 fragrance component ingredients. EPA is making this Fragrance Ingredient List (FIL) available to the public for use in the Pilot Notification Program."Chemicals153314420Link Out
DetailsEPA INERTS List3"List 3 contained those chemicals considered to be inert ingredients of unknown toxicity. Upon review, some of the compounds in this list were re-classified. List 3 (2004) is not currently used by EPA for classifying inerts."EPA Target List190518210Link Out
DetailsEPA INERTS NONFOOD" EPA OPP Inert Ingredients of Toxicological Concern - Classified on the basis of peer-reviewed studies which demonstrated carcinogenicity, adverse reproductive effects, neurotoxicity or other chronic effects, developmental toxicity (birth defects), ecological effects or the potential for bioaccumulation. These inert ingredients are eligible for inclusion in FIFRA 25(b) pesticide products applied to non-food use sites only (e.g., ornamental plants, highway right-of-ways, rodent control, etc.)"Chemicals+Assays368735927374Link Out
DetailsEPA INERTS ReassessmentEPA OPP Inert Ingredients tolerance reassessment decision documents.A decision document includes the risk assessment and the decision memorandum. The Code of Federal Regulation describes how each inert ingredient may be used.Chemicals+Assay421365842Link Out
DetailsEPA IRIS"IRIS (Integrated Risk Information System) is a compilation of electronic reports on specific substances found in the environment and their potential to cause human health effects. IRIS was initially developed for EPA staff in response to a growing demand for consistent information on substances for use in risk assessments, decision-making and regulatory activities. The information in IRIS is intended for those without extensive training in toxicology, but with some knowledge of health sciences."Chemicals+Assays5555474282Link Out
DetailsEPA IRIS AgendaIRIS (Integrated Risk Information System) Agenda: Literature Searches And Request For Information For New StartsChemicals+Assays4645204Link Out
DetailsEPA IRIS Nominations"EPA developed a list of priority chemicals for 2008 from nominations from the EPA programs and from the public received in response to the December 22, 2006, Federal Register notice requesting public nominations (71 FR 77017). The list of chemicals which were nominated and which have been selected for inclusion in the 2008 IRIS agenda are presented."Chemicals21200Link Out
DetailsEPA IRIS Queue"Assessments in Progress. The status and planned milestone dates for each assessment can be found on the IRIS Track system, accessible from the IRIS database. All health endpoints due to chronic exposure, cancer and noncancer, are being assessed unless otherwise noted. For all endpoints assessed, both qualitative and quantitative assessments are being developed where information is available."Chemicals72680Link Out
DetailsEPA IRIS UpdateIRIS (Integrated Risk Information System) Update Project assessments currently underway.Chemicals+Assays151560Link Out
DetailsEPA IUR (1986-2002)"All IUR chemicals from 1986-2002 with non-confidential production volume. The file contains non-confidential information from reports filed under the Inventory Update Reporting (IUR) for the 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, and 2002 reporting cycles. The file can be used to determine if a chemical was reported to the IUR and the range of its national aggregate production volume. The file contains chemical names and associated aggregate production volumes for all non-confidential chemicals reported under the IUR."Chemicals1375313753137530Link Out
DetailsEPA IUR (2002)"2002 TSCA IUR (Inventory Update Rule) List. This file contains information reported to EPA under the 2002 Inventory Update Rule (IUR). The deadline for companies to report was December 31, 2002. This database includes all information received by EPA that did not have problems associated with the submission, including requests from companies to update or correct their earlier filings."Chemicals537553750Link Out
DetailsEPA IUR (2006)"2006 TSCA IUR (Inventory Update Rule) List. This file contains information reported to EPA under the 2006 Inventory Update Rule (IUR). The deadline for companies to report was December 31, 2002. This database includes all information received by EPA that did not have problems associated with the submission, including requests from companies to update or correct their earlier filings."Chemicals+Assays6200620086800Link Out
DetailsEPA IUR 2006 Chem ExemptChemical substances that are partially exempt from reporting requirements under the IUR regulation in 2006.Chemicals+Assays9090180Link Out
DetailsEPA IUR 2006 Petr ExemptChemical substances (Petroleum Process Streams) that are partially exempt from reporting requirements under the IUR regulation in 2006.Chemicals+Assays6186181236Link Out
DetailsEPA Listed Haz SubstancesEPA Superfund designation of hazardous substances under CFR Title 40; Section 302.4 Designation of hazardous substancesChemicals+Assays12007706246Link Out
DetailsEPA Microbials ReregistrationEPA Registration Review: Schedule for Beginning Reviews - 2012 to 2015 (Microbial Pesticide Cases)Chemicals+Assays11181916Link Out
DetailsEPA Milk Dioxin 2001EPA Evaluation of Dioxin in Cow's Milk 2000/2001Chemicals+Assays181772Link Out
DetailsEPA ODS ClassIClass I Ozone-depleting Substances (ODS). The list includes all substances recognized by the Montreal Protocol.Chemicals+Assays5542480Link Out
DetailsEPA ODS ClassIIClass II Ozone-depleting Substances (ODS). The list includes all substances recognized by the Montreal Protocol.Chemicals+Assays3434238Link Out
DetailsEPA OMS Mobile SourcesEPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality Master List of Compounds Emitted by Mobile Sources and FuelsChemicals+Assays103375713830Link Out
DetailsEPA OPP EndangeredSpeciesEPA Endangered Species Effects Determinations and Consultations and Biological OpinionsChemicals+Assays5655112Link Out
DetailsEPA OPPIN AntiMicrobial Active"Active antimicrobial ingredients, actively supported by EPA - downloaded from EPA OPPIN database August 2008"Chemicals+Assays3513389294No Link
DetailsEPA OPPIN FoodUse"Pesticide active, antimicrobial or inert ingredients with food use tolerances or tolerance exemptions - downloaded from EPA OPPIN database August 2008"Chemicals+Assays15521320281618No Link
DetailsEPA OPPIN InertsPesticide Inert ingredients - list downloaded from EPA OPPIN database August 2008Chemicals353335320No Link
DetailsEPA OPPIN Pesticide Active"Pesticide conventional active ingredients, actively supported by EPA - downloaded from EPA OPPIN database August 2008"Chemicals+Assays92482517716No Link
DetailsEPA OPPT FertilizerUse 1996Total Fertilizer (Tons) Consumed in the United States and Regions in 1996Chemicals+Assays136653264Link Out
DetailsEPA ORD NHSRC Risk AirRisk-based criteria to support validation of analytical methods (air) for threat contaminants under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) programChemicals+Assays101641006Link Out
DetailsEPA ORD NHSRC Risk ICRisk-based criteria to support validation of analytical methods (additional industrial chemicals) for threat contaminants in air water under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) programChemicals+Assays3938324Link Out
DetailsEPA ORD NHSRC Risk NuclRisk-based criteria to support validation of analytical methods for radionuclides for threat contaminants in air water under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) program.Chemicals+Assays1515186Link Out
DetailsEPA ORD NHSRC Risk WaterRisk-based criteria to support validation of analytical methods (drinking water) for threat contaminants under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC) programChemicals+Assays106651056Link Out
DetailsEPA OSW Dyes BDATEPA proposed standards for Dye and Pigment Production Wastes using BDAT (Best Demonstrated Available Technology)Chemicals+Assays2020320Link Out
DetailsEPA OSW Dyes WastesEPA study of Possible Constituents of Concern in Dye and Pigment WastesChemicals+Assays3939402Link Out
DetailsEPA OSW IWEM ChemPhysEPA OSW IWEM Chemical and Physical Properties for the development of Reference Ground-Water Concentration ValuesChemicals+Assays1411411128Link Out
DetailsEPA OSW IWEM ChemPropEPA OSW IWEM (Industrial Waste Management Evaluation Model) Waste Constituents and default chemical property dataChemicals+Assays2262262848Link Out
DetailsEPA OSWER Eco-SSLUS EPA Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER) Ecological Soil Screening Levels (Eco-SSL)Chemicals+Assays2322260Link Out
DetailsEPA OW ADB CausesEPA Office of Water table of causes for water quality impairment for use in ADBChemicals+Assays5033802008Link Out
DetailsEPA OW CCL UniverseEPA Office of Water CCL Universe of potential drinking water contaminants for 2009Chemicals604056833676Link Out
DetailsEPA OW FishTissueStudyEPA National Study of Chemical Residues in Lake Fish TissuesChemicals+Assays23419510266Link Out
DetailsEPA OW MCLDrinking Water Contaminants & their MCLs (Maximum Containment Level). National Primary Drinking Water Regulations (NPDWRs or primary standards).Chemicals+Assays8076972Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Methods DBPRuleAnalytical Methods Approved for Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring under the (EPA) Disinfection Byproduct Rules. The methods and monitoring requirements for these contaminants are specified 40 CFR 141.131 and Appendix A to Subpart C of Part 141Chemicals+Assays16772206Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Methods GroundWaterRuleAnalytical Methods Approved for Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring under the (EPA) Ground Water Rule. The methods and monitoring requirements for these contaminants are specified in 40 CFR 141.402 and 141.403.Chemicals+Assays8231100Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Methods InorganicEPA Analytical Methods Approved for Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring of Inorganic Contaminants and Other Inorganic Constituents. Water systems must use EPA-approved analytical methods when analyzing samples to meet federal monitoring requirements or to demonstrate compliance with drinking water regulations.Chemicals+Assays441224774Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Methods OrganicUS Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) analytical methods for drinking water. Water systems must use EPA-approved analytical methods when analyzing samples to meet federal monitoring requirements or to demonstrate compliance with drinking water regulations.Chemicals+Assays212512830Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Methods RadionuclidesUS Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Analytical Methods Approved for Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring of Radionuclides. The methods and monitoring requirements for these contaminants are specified in 40 CFR 141.25 and Appendix A to Subpart C of Part 141Chemicals+Assays21482782Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Methods Sec ContamUS Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) analytical methods for secondary drinking water contaminants. Water systems must use EPA-approved analytical methods when analyzing samples to meet federal monitoring requirements or to demonstrate compliance with drinking water regulations.Chemicals+Assays23192508Link Out
DetailsEPA OW NLFTS SummaryEPA Office of Water National Lake Fish Tissue Study - Summary of resultsChemicals+Assays5046248Link Out
DetailsEPA OW PCCLEPA Office of Water Preliminary Contaminant Candidate List (PCCL) and the health effects and occurrence data elements that were used in their screeningChemicals5615577580Link Out
DetailsEPA OW Radionucl RegEPA has established drinking water standards for several types of radioactive contaminants under the Radionuclides RuleChemicals+Assays5530Link Out
DetailsEPA OW UCMR 1and2 WaterUnregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation (UCMR) for Public Water Systems (PWSs) supporting the UCM-State Rounds 1 and 2 (1988-1997)Chemicals+Assays73731022Link Out
DetailsEPA OW UCMR1 WaterOccurrence data for the first cycle (UCMR1) of monitoring. The UCMR1 required monitoring for 26 contaminants. Monitoring occurred January 2001-December 2005.Chemicals+Assays2422272Link Out
DetailsEPA OW UCMR2Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation (UCMR) for Public Water Systems (PWSs)Chemicals+Assays101060Link Out
DetailsEPA OW UCMR2 MethodsAnalytical methods for US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation 2 (UCMR2) public water supply sampling during 2008 - 2010.Chemicals+Assays2525246Link Out
DetailsEPA OW WQC Aq LifeEPA's compilation of national recommended water quality criteria for the protection of aquatic life in surfact water.Chemicals+Assays5944774Link Out
DetailsEPA OW WQC Human HealthEPA's compilation of national recommended surface water quality criteria for the protection of human health in surface waterChemicals+Assays1241191302Link Out
DetailsEPA OW WQC OrganolepticNational Recommended Water Quality Criteria (Organoleptic Effects). These criteria are published pursuant to Section 304(a) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and provide guidance for states and tribes to use in adopting water quality standards.Chemicals+Assays2725104Link Out
DetailsEPA OW WQC RefDocsEPA Office of Water (OW) Water Quality Standards (WQS) for Surface Waters - Reference Documents from the 1980sChemicals+Assays9068716Link Out
DetailsEPA Pest DegradatesEPA OPP Degradates of active pesticide ingredients with fate studiesChemicals+Assays1871875844Link Out
DetailsEPA Pesticide Active"EPA Pesticide Fate Database - all active ingredients, including those with fate studies. Over 480 compounds, with physical and chemical properties and/or degradates."Chemicals4824160Link Out
DetailsEPA Pesticide Fate"EPA Pesticide Fate Database. The information contained in the Pesticide Fate Database may be used by environmental scientists and researchers to describe or predict what could happen to a pesticide active ingredient under various conditions when it is released into the environment. The data are derived from studies submitted by pesticide manufacturers (registrants) in support of the registration/reregistration of their pesticide products. The Pesticide Fate Database contains data on: physical and chemical properties; chemical fate; transport of pesticide active ingredients registered in the United States; degradates or breakdown products of these registered pesticides; endpoint information such as half-lives and soil-water partitioning coefficients; It may be used to: model or predict the fate of pesticides in the environment; develop exposure characterizations that describe the potential exposure of plants, animals, and water resources to pesticide residue "Chemicals1881880Link Out
DetailsEPA PestUse 1987-2001" Most Commonly Used Conventional Pesticide Active Ingredients; Agricultural Market Sector (estimated), Ranked by Range in Millions of Pounds of Active Ingredient for selected years between 1987 and 2001."Chemicals+Assays2929744Link Out
DetailsEPA PestUse 2003-2007" Most Commonly Used Conventional Pesticide Active Ingredients; Agricultural Market Sector (estimated), Ranked by Range in Millions of Pounds of Active Ingredient for selected years between 2003 and 2007."Chemicals+Assays2525350Link Out
DetailsEPA PestUse CommercialEPA: Pesticide Industry Sales and Usage Estimates and Rankings for the Industry/Commercial/Government sector for selected years between 1997 and 2007.Chemicals+Assays1111286Link Out
DetailsEPA PestUse GardenEPA: Pesticide Industry Sales and Usage Estimates and Rankings for the home and garden sector for selected years between 1997 and 2007.Chemicals+Assays1414352Link Out
DetailsEPA PFS BiopesticideURLs for EPA Biopesticide Active Ingredient Fact Sheets, REDs (Reregistration Eligibility Decision), and BRADs (Biopesticides Registration Action Document)Chemicals+Assays338166894Link Out
DetailsEPA PFS ConventionalFact sheets on new active ingredients registered by the Office of Pesticide Programs under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).Chemicals+Assays115113690Link Out
DetailsEPA PFS Reduced RiskEPA OPP expedited review and regulatory decision-making process for conventional pesticides that pose less risk to human health and the environment than existing conventional alternatives.Chemicals+Assays209792088Link Out
DetailsEPA Region3 RBCEPA Region 3 Risk-Based Concentrations. This is a collection of Reference Doses (RfDs) and cancer slope factors and other values developed by Region 3 of the USEPA. The data is combined with standard exposure scenarios to derive so-called risk based concentrations.Chemicals+Assays69968541256Link Out
DetailsEPA Region4 FreshSWSVEPA Region 4 Waste Management Division Freshwater Surface Water (Ecological) Screening Values for Hazardous Waste SitesChemicals+Assays110108954Link Out
DetailsEPA Region4 SaltwaterSWSVEPA Region 4 Waste Management Division Saltwater Surface Water (Ecological) Screening Values for Hazardous Waste SitesChemicals+Assays113111780Link Out
DetailsEPA Region4 SedimentSVEPA Region 4 Waste Management Division (Ecological) Sediment Screening Values for Hazardous Waste SitesChemicals+Assays4135404Link Out
DetailsEPA Region4 SoilSVEPA Region 4 Waste Management Division Recommended Ecological Screening Values for SoilChemicals+Assays132117916Link Out
DetailsEPA Region9 RSLEPA Region 9 Regional Screening Levels (RSL) for Chemical Contaminants at Superfund Sites.Chemicals+Assays73872641614Link Out
DetailsEPA ReregistrationEPA Office of Pesticide Programs: EPA is reviewing older pesticides (those initially registered prior to November 1984) under FIFRA to ensure that they meet current scientific and regulatory standards. The results of EPA's reviews are summarized in Reregistration Eligibility Decision (RED) documents.Chemicals+Assays7136287464Link Out
DetailsEPA RSEIEPA Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI). This is a computer-based screening tool developed by EPA that analyzes risk factors to put Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) release data into a chronic health context. RSEI provides a full risk-related perspective for air and water releases, and hazard-based and pounds-based perspectives releases to air, water, and land. The full risk-related perspective covers over 400 chemicals and chemical categories, and over 50,000 reporting facilities.Chemicals+Assays41641318438Link Out
DetailsEPA Solv EnvEPA OPPT list of Aqueous and Semi-Aqueous Solvent Chemicals: Environmentally Preferable ChoicesChemicals+Assays4035266No Link
DetailsEPA Solv PharmSolvents used in bulk pharmaceutical manufacturing (EPA report)Chemicals+Assays5454276Link Out
DetailsEPA SRS Structures"A set of structures generated for compounds in SRS, using a name-to-structure conversion"Chemicals+Structures31915319150No Link
DetailsEPA Substance Registry Services"Substance Registry Services (SRS) is the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) central system for information about substances that are tracked or regulated by EPA or other sources. It is the authoritative resource for basic information about chemicals, biological organisms, and other substances of interest to EPA and its state and tribal partners. The SRS makes it possible to identify which EPA data systems, environmental statutes, or other sources have information about a substance and which synonym is used by that system or statute. It becomes possible therefore to map substance data across EPA programs regardless of synonym."Regulation7064564514141060Link Out
DetailsEPA Title III 2006"The Consolidated List of Chemicals Subject to the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act (also known as the List of Lists) was prepared to help firms handling chemicals determine whether they need to submit reports under sections 302, 304, or 313 of EPCRA and, for a specific chemical, what reports may need to be submitted."Chemicals+Assays177013387742Link Out
DetailsEPA Title III 2011"The Consolidated List of Chemicals Subject to the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) and Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act (also known as the List of Lists) was prepared to help firms handling chemicals determine whether they need to submit reports under sections 302, 304, or 313 of EPCRA and, for a specific chemical, what reports may need to be submitted; July 2011 version."Chemicals+Assays1768133615448Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI 2006EPA Toxics Release Inventory List for Reporting year 2006. The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities reported annually by certain covered industry groups as well as federal facilities. This inventory was established under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) and expanded by the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990.Chemicals+Assays660640660Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI 2009EPA Toxics Release Inventory List for Reporting year 2009. The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities reported annually by certain covered industry groups as well as federal facilities. This inventory was established under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) and expanded by the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990.Chemicals+Assays6716461528Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI 2011EPA Toxics Release Inventory List for Reporting year 2011. The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and other waste management activities reported annually by certain covered industry groups as well as federal facilities. This inventory was established under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) and expanded by the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990.Chemicals+Assays6796562798Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI ChangesAdditions and deletions to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) program chemical list (1987 - 2012)Chemicals+Assays406395920Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI GlycolsList of Toxic Chemicals within the Glycol Ethers Category of the EPA Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)Chemicals345734570Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI NicotineEPA TRI List of Toxic Chemicals within the Nicotine and Salts Category. Any compound that has a nicotine or a nicotine salt component is reportable under Section 313 of EPCRA (Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986)Chemicals+Assays187185582Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI PBT"TRI PBT CHEMICAL LIST . Persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic chemicals extracted from current list of TRI Chemicals"Chemicals+Assays201840Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1988Data for 1988 the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2732553822Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1989Data for 1989; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2742553836Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1990Data for 1990; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2792603906Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1991Data for 1991; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2852663990Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1992Data for 1992; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2792613906Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1993Data for 1993; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2772592216Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1994Data for 1994; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays2992794186Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1995Data for 1995; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4874666818Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1996Data for 1996; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4904696860Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1997Data for 1997; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4864646804Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1998Data for 1998; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5225007308Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 1999Data for 1999; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5275057378Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2000Data for 2000; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5285057392Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2001Data for 2001; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5235007322Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2002Data for 2002; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5204973120Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2003Data for 2003; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5214983126Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2004Data for 2004; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5094863054Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2005Data for 2005; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5124893072Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2006Data for 2006; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays5194953114Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2007Data for 2007; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4984752988Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2008Data for 2008; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4904662940Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2009Data for 2009; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4874642922Link Out
DetailsEPA TRI Releases 2010Data for 2010; the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) is a publicly available EPA database that contains information on toxic chemical releases and waste management activities reported annually by certain industries as well as federal facilities.Chemicals+Assays4884652928Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA DeclassifiedTSCA Submissions with Newly Declassified Claims for Confidential Business Information (CBI)Chemicals+Assays6202633720Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA HPV SecondRequired Testing of Certain High Production Volume Chemicals under TSCA; Second Group of ChemicalsChemicals+Assays1919218Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA HPV ThirdRequired Testing of Certain High Production Volume Chemicals under TSCA; THird Group of ChemicalsChemicals+Assays1515140Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA InventoryChemicals listed on the consolidated Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substances InventoryChemicals+Assays666646651284748Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA MicrobeMicroorganisms listed under Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)Chemicals+Assays195194390Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA MTL"The Master Testing List (MTL) presents a consolidated listing of OPPT's Existing Chemical Testing Program priorities as well as those brought forward to OPPT by other EPA Program Offices, other Federal agencies, the TSCA Interagency Testing Committee, and international organizations such as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)."""Chemicals+Assays6965648600Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA RiskReview 2012EPA potential candidate chemicals for near-term review and assessment under the Toxic Substances Control Act (2012)Chemicals+Assays83791162Link Out
DetailsEPA TSCA SunsetEPA: List of all chemical substances and mixtures that are and/or have been the subject of final TSCA Section 4 test rules and related actionsChemicals+Assays2502072016Link Out
DetailsEPA Unlisted Haz SubstancesEPA Superfund designation of unlisted hazardous substances exhibiting Toxicity Charactistic under CFR Section 302.4Chemicals+Assays4040240Link Out
DetailsEPA VCCEPEPA The Voluntary Children's Chemical Evaluation Program (VCCEP) list of compoundsChemicals+Assays232386Link Out
DetailsEPA WACAP Semi-VolatilesEnvironmental Protection Agency (EPA) Western Airborne Contaminants Assessment Project (WACAP) Semi-Volatile Compounds MeasuredChemicals+Assays80721126Link Out
DetailsEPISuiteExperimental data used to build the EPISuite modeling program; includes data on chemical properties and bioaccumulation rates.Chemicals+Assays4308715803765828Link Out
DetailsEU Banned Annex IChemLeg Summary of Substances Which Are Banned Or Restricted on ANNEX I to Directive 76/769/EECChemicals+Assays7743342Link Out
DetailsEU Banned Annex I CMR"ChemLeg Summary of restricted Carcinogens, Mutagens, and Toxic to Reproduction substances which are listed in Annex I of Directive 94/60/EC (the 14th amendment to Directive 76/769/EEC)"Chemicals+Assays143119572Link Out
DetailsEU Biopesticides 2007 AnnexIExisting Active Substances for use in biocidal products identified Under Regulation (EC) No 1896/2000Chemicals+Assays9648903822Link Out
DetailsEU Biopesticides 2007 AnnexIIExisting Active Substances for use in biocidal products identified Under Regulation (EC) No 1896/2000Chemicals+Assays3513355172Link Out
DetailsEU Biopesticides Authorized"Biocide Substances included in Annex I or IA to Directive 98/8/EC, authorised to be placed on the market"Chemicals+Assays5650870Link Out
DetailsEU Biopesticides Non-InclusionsEuropean Union Existing (BPD) active substances for which a decision of non-inclusion into Annex I or Ia of Directive 98/8/EC has been adoptedChemicals+Assays10112768042Link Out
DetailsEU Detergent DIDThe DID list contains a number of detergent ingredients and their environmental properties and some parameters based on environmental properties. It has been harmonized for Eco-labeling.Chemicals+Assay1811013382Link Out
DetailsEU FragrancesThese lists are representative of the basic materials used in perfumes and aromatic compositions. The lists were compiled mainly on the basis of information provided by EFFA (European Flavour and Fragrance Association). They constitute the inventory of fragrance ingredients.Chemicals243524340Link Out
DetailsEU orpha NonOrphan DrugsList of orphan drugs in Europe (EU) with European market authorisation without prior orphan designation in EuropeChemicals+Assays5943470Link Out
DetailsEU orpha Orphan DrugsList of Orphan Drugs in Europe (EU) from orpha with European orphan designation and European market authorisation.Chemicals+Assays6160480Link Out
DetailsEU Orphan Drugs 2005List of orphan-designated authorised medicines by the European Commission on the basis of a positive opinion from the European Medicines Agency’s (EMEA) Committee for Orphan Medicinal Products (COMP) as of May 2005.Chemicals+Assays2219352Link Out
DetailsEUROPA ActivesEuropean Union (EU) database of pesticide active substancesChemicals+Assays1276111925032Link Out
DetailsEUROPA CosIng AnnexIIIEuropean Commission List of substances which cosmetic products must not contain except subject to the restrictions and conditions laid down.Chemicals+Assay6244735160Link Out
DetailsEUROPA CosIng Dyes"CosIng is the European Commission database with information on cosmetic ingredients contained in the: - ""Cosmetics Directive"" 76/768/EEC (Cosmetics Directive) Annex IV is the list of colouring agents allowed for use in cosmetic products."Chemicals+Assay176162842Link Out
DetailsEUROPA CosIng Preserv"CosIng is the European Commission database with information on cosmetic ingredients contained in the: - ""Cosmetics Directive"" 76/768/EEC (Cosmetics Directive)."Chemicals+Assay145140674Link Out
DetailsEUROPA CosIng UVFilters"CosIng is the European Commission database with information on cosmetic ingredients contained in the: - ""Cosmetics Directive"" 76/768/EEC (Cosmetics Directive) Annex VII is the list of UV filters allowed for use in cosmetic products."Chemicals+Assay3232130Link Out
DetailsEUROPA DanishEPA QSAR"Identification of potentially bioaccumulative and persistent chemicals using QSAR; prepared by Danish EPA. QSARs should be used for initial identification of potential vPvBs (Very Persitent and Very Bioaccumulative substances) and PBT (Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic substances) under EU guidance."Chemicals+Assays1341341608No Link
DetailsEUROPA Dietary Food Additive Intake (DFAI) AnnexII"European Union List of Dietary Food Additives with ADI 'not specified', found acceptable for specified use."Chemicals+Assays189144378Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dietary Food Additive Intake (DFAI) AnnexIIIADIs (Acceptable daily intake) for Dietary Food Additive in the European Union for which the calculated intake in tier 1 did not exceed the ADI.Chemicals+Assays3728106Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dietary Food Additive Intake (DFAI) AnnexIVADIs (Acceptable daily intake) for Dietary Food Additive in the European Union that are permitted for use at quantum satis.Chemicals+Assays161032Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dietary Food Additive Intake (DFAI) AnnexVDietary Food Additive Intake in the European Union at tier 2 are listed in Annex V for adults and the whole population and for young children.Chemicals+Assays174841886Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Drug ProfilesEUROPA drug profiles for drugs of concern to the European communityChemicals+Assays9793744Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dyes AssessedList of 44 cosmetic ingredients (hair dyes) positively assessed by the Scientific Committee on Consumer Products of the European Union.Chemicals+Assays494998Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dyes Ban ProposedEuropean Union list of hair dye substances proposed for banChemicals+Assays6862234Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dyes BannedList of 179 substances banned for use in hair dye products by the (European) Scientific Committee on Consumer Products (SCCP)Chemicals196171392Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dyes ProvisionalList of hair dyes provisionally allowed by the Eusopean Commission (EC); regulated by Council Directive 76/768/EECChemicals+Assay6462128Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Dyes UpdatedSafetyEuropean Union list of hair dye substances with an updated safety file (regulated by Cosmetics Directive 76/768/EEC)Chemicals+Assays162162324Link Out
DetailsEUROPA ED Category1The EU list of potential endocrine disruptors (Category 1) from Danish EPAChemicals+Assays192182384Link Out
DetailsEUROPA ED Status 2007Status of EU Community Strategy for Endocrine Disrupters; 2007 reportChemicals+Assays108108538Link Out
DetailsEUROPA ED WaterFinal Report - Study on Endocrine Disrupters in Drinking Water (results from 51 waterworks in 5 European countries).Chemicals+Assays2422192Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Endocrine CandidateThe European Commission established a priority list of substances (553 compounds) for further evaluation of their role in endocrine disruption.Chemicals+Assays5534911106Link Out
DetailsEUROPA EQS WaterEuropean Parliment Environmental Quality Standards (EQS) For Priority Substances And Certain Other Pollutants in Surface WaterChemicals+Assays5245390Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FlavouringsEC (European Commission) flavouring substances authorized for use in foodstuffsChemicals+Assays2761267735120Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Food Contact Additives"Eurpoean Commission, Directorate D - Food Safety: production and distribution chain; consolidated list of all (plastics) additives of Sections A and B appearing in the EC Directives on plastics for food. Lists maximum migrations and limits in finished product; also notes for specific compounds."Chemicals+Assays6075041084Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Food Contact Monomers"Eurpoean Commission, Directorate D - Food Safety: production and distribution chain; consolidated list of all monomers of Sections A and B appearing in the EC Directives on plastics for food. Lists maximum migrations and limits in finished product; also notes for specific compounds."Chemicals+Assays313305818Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Food Contact ProvisionalThis provisional list of additives for use in plastic food contact materials and articles contains those additives for which a valid petition has been received by 31 December 2006. The list is expected to become positive 1 January 2010. The substances on the list have not necessarily been evaluated by EFSA (European Food Safety Authority).Chemicals+Assays20680Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Food Residues"Imports of animals and their products from third countries: Provision of guarantees equivalent to EU requirements on residues of veterinary medicines, pesticides and contaminants. Substances or groups of substances that should be monitored for each animal species or product (EC)."Chemicals+Assays8747493496Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 1996The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 1996 in the 15 EU Member States and Norway. Includes a summary of pesticide residues in and on products of plant origin and estimates of actual dietary pesticide exposure throughout Europe.Chemicals+Assays97234Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 1997The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 1997 in the 15 EU Member States and Norway. Includes a summary of pesticide residues in and on products of plant origin and estimates of actual dietary pesticide exposure throughout Europe.Chemicals+Assays1313356Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 1998The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 1998 in the 15 EU Member States and Norway. Includes a summary of pesticide residues in and on products of plant origin and estimates of actual dietary pesticide exposure throughout Europe.Chemicals+Assays2318582Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 1999The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 1999 in the 15 EU Member States and Norway and Iceland. Includes a summary of pesticide pesticide residues in and on products of plant origin and estimates of actual dietary pesticide exposure throughout Europe.Chemicals+Assays2018590Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 2000"The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2000 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement1 (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein). Includes a summary of pesticide pesticide residues in and on products of plant origin and estimates of actual dietary pesticide exposure throughout Europe."Chemicals+Assays2318588Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 2001"The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2001 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement1 (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)."Chemicals+Assays3532554Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 2002"The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2002 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement1 (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)."Chemicals+Assays4037640Link Out
DetailsEUROPA FoodPest 2003"The report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2003 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement1 (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)."Chemicals+Assays4138654Link Out
DetailsEUROPA PestDiet 2001"Estimation of the chronic risk and acute risk to the consumer for the commodities investigated in the EU coordinated programme; calculations based on consumption figures from the World Health Organisation (Standard European Diet). The 2003 report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2001 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)."Chemicals+Assays3533384Link Out
DetailsEUROPA PestDiet 2002"Estimation of the chronic risk and acute risk to the consumer for the commodities investigated in the EU coordinated programme; calculations based on consumption figures from the World Health Organisation (Standard European Diet). The 2003 report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2002 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement1 (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)."Chemicals+Assays4239634Link Out
DetailsEUROPA PestDiet 2003"Estimation of the chronic risk and acute risk to the consumer for the commodities investigated in the EU coordinated programme; calculations based on consumption figures from the World Health Organisation (Standard European Diet). The 2003 report covers the national situations with regard to pesticide residues monitoring for the calendar year 2003 in the 15 EU Member States and the three EFTA States who have signed the EEA agreement1 (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)."Chemicals+Assays4240656Link Out
DetailsEUROPA PHTH ChildEuropean Commission Exposure Assessment of phthalates that may be found in children's school suppliesChemicals+Assays33438Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Supplements"European Community regulation on vitamin and minerals and their forms that can be added to foods, including food supplements."Chemicals+Assays2141831150Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Vet Eq EssentialEuropean Commission Regulation establishing a list of veterinary medicinal substances essential for the treatment of equidae (equines)Chemicals+Assays7272660Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Vet PharmacolEU Commission Regulation on pharmacologically active substances and their classification regarding maximum residue limits in foodstuffs of animal origin.Chemicals+Assays121053612068Link Out
DetailsEUROPA VetMed"EPARs for authorised medicinal products for veterinary use; The EMEA publishes information on the products assessed by the Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use (CVMP). More detailed information is published later, following the granting of a Marketing Auhtorisation by the European Commission as an European Public Assessment Report (EPAR)."Chemicals+Assays135382428Link Out
DetailsEUROPA Waxes"Summary of Specifications And Authorisation Of Waxes At The EU, JECFA, And European Pharmacopoeia provided by European Wax Federation"Chemicals+Assays288220Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems BPD"European chemical Substances Information System (ECB ESIS) This on line BPD Information System provides a list of active substances which are listed onto Annex I or IA of Directive 98/8/EC concerning the placing of biocidal products on the EU market (Biocidal Products Directive) called ""list of Annex I / IA inclusions"" "Chemicals+Assays6860438Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems BPD Non-InclusionsEuropean Chemical Substances Information System (ESIS) active substances (biocidal products) for which a decision of non-inclusion onto Annex I or IA of Directive 98/8/EC has been adopted.Chemicals+Assays5962323576Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems CLP-GHS 1European Chemical Substances Information System (ESIS): Classification and Labelling of Dangerous Substances according to Annex I of the regulation (GHS) (Table 3.1)Chemicals+Assays4478386044262Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems CLP-GHS 2European Chemical Substances Information System (ESIS): Classification and Labelling of Dangerous Substances according to Annex VI to Directive 67/548/EEC (Table 3.2)Chemicals+Assays4479386021764Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems European chemical Substance Information SystemsEuropean chemical Substances Information System (ECB ESIS) IUCLID Chemical Data SheetsChemicals+Assays260426035208Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems HPV"European chemical Substances Information System (ECB ESIS) HPV (High Production Volume Chemicals) The current list contains information on 2,782 substances extracted from the IUCLID (International Uniform Chemical Information Database), where data have been reported by industry."Chemicals+Assays278227795564Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems LPV"European chemical Substances Information System (ECB ESIS) LPV (Low Production Volume Chemicals). The current list contains information on 7.832 substances extracted from the IUCLID (International Uniform Chemical Information Database), where data have been reported by industry."Chemicals+Assays7827782615654Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems NLP"European chemical Substances Information System (ESIS). The list of No-Longer Polymers (NLP) are chemicals that have been on the EU market between September 18, 1981, and October 31, 1993 and are no longer considered to be polymers."Chemicals+Assays7037011406Link Out
DetailsEuropean chemical Substance Information Systems ORATSEuropean chemical Substances Information System (ECB ESIS) ORATS (Online EUropean Risk Assessment Tracking System)Chemicals+Assays141141830Link Out
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DetailsEverything Added to Food in the United States: FDA EAFUSThe EAFUS list of substances contains ingredients added directly to food that FDA has either approved as food additives or listed or affirmed as GRAS (generally regarded as safe).Chemicals+Assays3969326420446Link Out
DetailsEWG TOXOMEEnvironmental Working Group (EWG) Human Toxome Project which is testing the full scope of industrial pollution in humanity.Chemicals+Assays5854542340Link Out
DetailsEXTOXNET Pesticide Information ProfilesEXTOXNET Pesticide Information Profiles: This is a DOWNLOAD of toxicology information on pesticides written by toxicologists at several US land grant universities with the goal of providing unbiased information on pesticide toxicity.Chemicals+URLs188188376Link Out
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DetailsFDA AnimalFeed 2007Summary of the Pesticides in the 51 Domestic Surveillance and 18 Import Samples of Animal Feed Analyzed by FDA in FY 2007 That Contained One or More Detectable Residues.Chemicals+Assays141296Link Out
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DetailsFDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) PriorityDrugsFDA CDER Priority New Drug Application (NDA) and Biologic License Application (BLA) Approvals (2000-2010)Chemicals+Assays1991443020Link Out
DetailsFDA ColorAdditives Exempt"Color additives approved for use in food, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. Exempt additives are exempt from batch registration."Chemicals+Assays8559786Link Out
DetailsFDA ColorAdditives Nonexempt"Color additives approved for use in food, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. Batch registration is required."Chemicals+Assays6743796Link Out
DetailsFDA ColorCertified"FDA reports on batch certification of the certifiable color additives that are added to foods, drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices in the United States FY2000 - FY2009)."Chemicals+Assays101412116Link Out
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DetailsFDA Discontinued Drugs"FDA Discontinued Drugs, list as prepared by ApothéCure, Inc."Chemicals+Assays8450124050594Link Out
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DetailsFDA Drugs ShortagesResolvFDA Drug Shortages which have been resolvedChemicals+Assays5248310Link Out
DetailsFDA Drugs ToBeDiscontinuedDrug for which FDA has received notice of discontinuation of sole source productsChemicals+Assays8168486Link Out
DetailsFDA FCS NotificationsFDA Inventory of effective premarket notifications for food contact substances (FCS) that have been demonstrated to be safe for their intended use.Chemicals+Assays7683564608Link Out
DetailsFDA Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS)FDA Generally Regarded as safeChemicals+Assays3733131480Link Out
DetailsFDA Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) NoticesFDA Inventory of GRAS notices (GRAS - Substances generally regarded as safe) for food additivesChemicals+Assays410982396Link Out
DetailsFDA Gulf PAHs"FDA Surveillance Samples from Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: PAH Results for samples Collected June 15, 2010 to July 8, 2010"Chemicals+Assays26122280Link Out
DetailsFDA Gulf PhaseIII MetalsFDA Results for Metals from Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Surveillance Samples Phase III Oct 2010 - Mar 2011Chemicals+Assays441208Link Out
DetailsFDA Gulf PhaseIII PAHsFDA Analytical Results - PAH & DOSS for Deepwater Horizon Surveillance Phase III - Oct 2010 - Mar 2011Chemicals+Assays15143958Link Out
DetailsFDA Human TransportersFDA Drug Development and Drug Interactions: Major Human Transporters.Chemicals+Assays102501004Link Out
DetailsFDA Indirect Food Additives"FDA List of ""Indirect"" Additives Used in Food Contact Substances "Chemicals+Assays323725666064Link Out
DetailsFDA Medication Guides"FDA medication Guides address issues that are specific to particular drugs and drug classes, and they contain FDA-approved information that can help patients avoid serious adverse events."""Chemicals+URLs3172151972Link Out
DetailsFDA MRTDFDA Maximum Recommended Therapeutic Dose (MRTD) Database (non-proprietary data). From FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.Chemicals+Assays122012072440Link Out
DetailsFDA Opioid REMSFDA List of Long-Acting and Extended-Release Opioid Products Required to have an Opioid REMS (Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies)Chemicals+Assays2910232Link Out
DetailsFDA Orphan DrugsAll drug products that have received FDA Orphan DesignationChemicals+Assays200270415062Link Out
DetailsFDA Pediatric Exclusivity"FDA Pediatric (Drug) Exclusivity Determinations Made under Section 505A of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act"Chemicals+Assays152481216Link Out
DetailsFDA Pediatric Rev" Medical, statistical, and clinical pharmacology reviews of pediatric studies conducted in response to a Written Request issued under sections of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act"Chemicals+Assays1861123028Link Out
DetailsFDA Pestrak" FDA CFSAN, Office of Plants and Dairy Foods and Beverages; information about pesticides of interest to the FDA because of their potential for use on foods. Data include names, molecular formulas,use and references to CFR sections that list food tolerances."Chemicals+Assays1603141410146No Link
DetailsFDA PMP 2007Results of the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) pesticide residue monitoring program for 2007.Chemicals+Assays419419721440Link Out
DetailsFDA Postmarket EvalFDA Postmarketing Drug and Biologic Safety EvaluationsChemicals+Assays7554898Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Elements 2008FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for elements in market Basket samples for FY2008Chemicals+Assays1717196896Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 1996FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY1996Chemicals+Assays10910934382Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 1997FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY1997Chemicals+Assays10910931652Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 1998FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY1998Chemicals+Assays10110129650Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 1999FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY1999Chemicals+Assays10510528488Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 2000FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY2000Chemicals+Assays10810843622Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 2001FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY2001Chemicals+Assays11711740892Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 2002FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY2002Chemicals+Assays11511537264Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study PIC 2003FDA TDS (Total Diet Study): Results for Pesticides and Industrial Chemicals in market Basket samples for FY2003Chemicals+Assays13113152154Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 1991-2003FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for Market Baskets 1991-3 through 2003-4Chemicals+Assays18418480144Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 1996FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 1996: residues of 107 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the three market baskets reported here for FY 19986Chemicals+Assays2626188Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 1997FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 1998: residues of 104 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 1997Chemicals+Assays3130218Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 1998FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 1998: residues of 107 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 1998Chemicals+Assays2625186Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 1999FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 1999: residues of 107 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 1999Chemicals+Assays2625170Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2000"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2000: residues of 107 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported for FY 2000 (Market Baskets 99-3, 00-1, 00-2, and 00-3)."Chemicals+Assays2525204Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2001"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2001: residues of 107 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported for FY 2001 (Market Baskets 00-4, 01-1, 01-2, and 01-3)."Chemicals+Assays2424216Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2002"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2002: residues of 118 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 2002 (Market Baskets 01-4, 02-1, 02-2, and 02-3)."Chemicals+Assays2525210Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2003"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2003: residues of 118 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported for FY 2003 (Market Baskets 02-4, 03-1, 03-2, and 03-3)."Chemicals+Assays2827234Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2004"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2004: residues of 97 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported for FY 2004 (Market Baskets 03-4, 04-1, 04-2, and 04-3)."Chemicals+Assays3434288Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2005"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2005: residues of 94 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 2005 (Market Baskets 04-4, 05-1, 05-2, and 05-3)."Chemicals+Assays3434300Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2006"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2006: residues of 112 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 2006 (Market Baskets 05-4, 06-1, 06-2, and 06-3)."Chemicals+Assays3636300Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2007"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2007: residues of 102 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported for FY 2007 (Market Baskets 06-4, 07-1, 07-2, and 07-3)."Chemicals+Assays3030282Link Out
DetailsFDA Total Diet Study Summary 2008"FDA TDS (Total Diet Study) summary for 2008: residues of 108 individual compounds were found in the foods analyzed in the four market baskets reported here for FY 2008 (October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008)."Chemicals+Assays2929264Link Out
DetailsFederally Registered Restricted Use Pesticides (RUP)List of Federally Registered Restricted Use Pesticides (RUP) prepared to aid pesticide applicators and others; from Clemson University.Chemicals+Assays107106854Link Out
DetailsFlame Retardant 1997A list of flame retardants distributed by the international program on chemical safety (ICPS)Chemicals+Assay2031820Link Out
DetailsFlavornetFlavornet is a compilation of aroma compounds found in human odor space.Chemicals+Assay7387341476Link Out
DetailsFlavornetAFlavornetA is a compilation of aroma compounds found in human odor space together with retention indicies and perceived odor.Chemicals+URL7387188854Link Out
DetailsFlorida GW CTLsFlorida Groundwater Cleanup Target Levels (CTLs) for remediationChemicals+Assays4724684256Link Out
DetailsFlorida PestToxUniv. of Florida Pesticide Toxicity and Pesticide Toxicity ProfilesChemicals+Assays1241201550Link Out
DetailsFlorida Soil CTLsFlorida Soil Cleanup Target Levels (CTLs) for remediationChemicals+Assays4144135328Link Out
DetailsFrackingAppendix A. Chemical Components of Hydraulic Fracturing Products, 2005-2009 From: UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND COMMERCE MINORITY STAFF - APRIL 2012 ReportChemicals+Assay7155271426Link Out
DetailsFracking 4Hydraulic fracturing chemicals with identified CAS registration numbers that have 10 or more adverse health effectsChemicals+Assays717171Link Out
DetailsFracking 4AHydraulic fracturing chemicals with CAS numbers found in the highest number of productsChemicals+Assays4646184Link Out
DetailsFracking 5A list of toxic chemicals used in fracking operationsChemicals+Assays292958Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products IMost prevalent fragrant substances found among 25 consumer products testedChemicals+Assays272354Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products IIFragrant VOCs identified that are classified as toxic or hazardous under federal law.Chemicals+Assays2424206Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products IIILaundry product with Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays202040Link Out
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DetailsFragranced Consumer Products IXPersonal Care Product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays141414Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products VLaundry product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays222144Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products VILaundry product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays263494Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products VIIIPersonal Care Product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays262652Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XCleaner with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays8816Link Out
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DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XIIPersonal Care Product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays171234Link Out
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DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XIVPersonal Care Product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays221844Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XIXPersonal Care Product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays212142Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XVCleaner with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays6612Link Out
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DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XXIVAir Freshener with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays252550Link Out
DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XXVAir Freshener with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays262152Link Out
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DetailsFragranced Consumer Products XXVIIPersonal Care Product with substance Headspace Concentrations > 100 µg/m3Chemicals+Assays263280Link Out
DetailsGeorgia Department of Natural Resources Hazardous SitesGeorgia Department of Natural Resources Guidelines for scoring (hazardous) sites using the Reportable Quantities Screening Method (RQSM)Chemicals+Assays279279678Link Out
DetailsGerman AGOF DustGerman AGÖF orientation values for medium-and volatile organic compounds and heavy metals in house dustChemicals+Assays116112986Link Out
DetailsGerman AGOF SVOCsGerman AGÖF Values for Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds and heavy metals in household dustChemicals+Assays116110990Link Out
DetailsGerman AGOF VOCs GuidanceGerman AGÖF Guidance Values for Volatile Organic Compounds in Indoor Air (10 October 2008 Edition)Chemicals+Assays1641591792Link Out
DetailsGerman Environmental Syrvery (1998)"GerES III was a cross sectional sample of 4822 adults aged 18 to 69 years 120 sampling locations (response rate: 54.5 %) representative of the German population with regard to community size, age and gender. Samples were taken of whole blood, morning urine, tap water (not included in ACToR) and the contents of vacuum cleaner bags. The fourth German Environmental Survey (GerES IV) was conducted between May 2003 - May 2006. It was the first environmental survey referring exclusively to the examination of children and their environmental exposure. The study included a representative cross-sectional random sample of children aged 3 to 14 years in Germany. The survey was based on the examination of both blood and urine specimens sampled from the children as well as house dust and drinking water samples (not included in the ACTor database) from the corresponding households. "Chemicals+Assays106422532Link Out
DetailsGerman Environmental Syrvery (2003-2006)The fourth German Environmental Survey (GerES IV) was conducted between May 2003 - May 2006. It was the first environmental survey referring exclusively to the examination of children and their environmental exposure. The study included a representative cross-sectional random sample of children aged 3 to 14 years in Germany. The survey was based on the examination of both blood and urine specimens sampled from the children as well as house dust and drinking water samples (not included in the ACTor database) from the corresponding households.Chemicals+Assays37331074Link Out
DetailsGerman Hazardous WaterGerman Federal Environmental Agency List and classification of Substances which are Hazardous to WaterChemicals+Assays185115477404Link Out
DetailsGerman NotHazardous WaterGerman Federal Environmental Agency List of Substances which are not Hazardous to WaterChemicals+Assays7951174Link Out
DetailsGerman PBGerman MilkGerman study of Residues of flame retardants (polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs)) in breast milkChemicals+Assays108196Link Out
DetailsGermany Surveillance 2002German monitoring of pesticide residues in foods of plant origin for 2002; report to the European UnionChemicals+Assays4023866216Link Out
DetailsGESTIS Substance Database The GESTIS-Substance Database contains information for the safe handling of hazardous substances and other chemical substances at work, e.g. health effects, necessary protective measures and such in case of danger (incl. First Aid). Furthermore the user is offered information upon important physical and chemical properties for these substances as well as special statutory regulations and regulations of the Berufsgenossenschaften. The available information relates to about 8,000 substances. Data are updated immediately after publication of new official regulations or after the issue of new scientific results.Chemicals+URLs818081110Link Out
DetailsGlobal Automotive Declarable Substance ListGlobal Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL)Chemicals+Assays2758262722160Link Out
DetailsGlobal Automotive Declarable Substance List (2011)Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL) for 2011Chemicals+Assays2675254222528Link Out
DetailsGreat Lakes Regional AirToxics 1993The Great Lakes Regional Toxic Air Emissions Inventory was developed by the eight Great Lakes states and the Province of Ontario. The 1999 emissions inventory presents a multijurisdictional inventory of point and area sources of toxic air emissions that have the potential to impact environmental quality in the Great Lakes region. This is the initial report - 1993.Chemicals+Assays494598Link Out
DetailsGreat Lakes Regional AirToxics 1996The Great Lakes Regional Toxic Air Emissions Inventory was developed by the eight Great Lakes states and the Province of Ontario. The 1999 emissions inventory presents a multijurisdictional inventory of point and area sources of toxic air emissions that have the potential to impact environmental quality in the Great Lakes region.Chemicals+Assays7774738Link Out
DetailsGreat Lakes Regional AirToxics 1999The Great Lakes Regional Toxic Air Emissions Inventory was developed by the eight Great Lakes states and the Province of Ontario. The 1999 emissions inventory presents a multijurisdictional inventory of point and area sources of toxic air emissions that have the potential to impact environmental quality in the Great Lakes region.Chemicals+Assays1931901674Link Out
DetailsGreat Lakes Regional AirToxics 2002"The Great Lakes Regional Toxic Air Emissions Inventory was developed by the eight Great Lakes states and the Province of Ontario. The 2002 emissions inventory presents a multijurisdictional inventory of point, area and mobile sources of toxic air emissions that have the potential to impact environmental quality in the Great Lakes region."Chemicals+Assays1951912114Link Out
DetailsGreenpeace"In this study 33 consumer products, including body care products, toys, textiles, deodorizers and cleaners, have been tested for the presence of bisphenol-A, alkylphenols and ethoxylates, phthalates, musks and organotin compounds."Chemicals + Assays2828990Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Commerce"Health Canada: Substances In Products Regulated Under the Food and Drugs Act (F&DA) That Were In Commerce In Canada Between January 1, 1984 and December 31, 1986. Substances in F&DA products that were in commerce between 1984 and 1986 are eligible for addition to the Domestic Substances List (DSL)."Chemicals+Assays127412632548Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Commerce PCP"Substances in Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Regulated Under the Canadian Food and Drugs Act (F&DA) That Were In Commerce between January 1, 1987 and September 13, 2001"Chemicals+Assays5342140410684Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Commerce Pharm"Substances in Products Regulated Under the Canadian Food and Drugs Act (F&DA) That Were In Commerce between January 1, 1987 and September 13, 2001"Chemicals+Assays120611632412Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Discontinuation of Agricultural Pest Control ProductsHealth Canada Discontinuation of Agricultural Pest Control Products under Re evaluation and Proposed Changes to Maximum Residue LimitsChemicals+Assays7860910Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada DW DBPs 1993Health Canada National Survey Of Chlorinated Disinfection By-Products DBPs) In Canadian Drinking Water in 1993Chemicals+Assays487852Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada DWQ GuidelinesHealth Canada Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality (Chemical/Physical parameters)Chemicals+Assays8877294Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada DWQ RadiologicalHealth Canada Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality - Health based guidelines for radiological parametersChemicals+Assays6636Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada DWQ TechDocHealth Canada Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality - Technical Documents (URLs)Chemicals+URLs114100228Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Health-Based Guidance ValuesHealth Canada Health-Based Guidance Values for Substances on the Second Priority Substances List.Chemicals+Assays1515250Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada High Health"List of Substances from the Canadian Domestic Substances List considered to represent a high health priority for further action. Under Section 73 of Canadian Environmental Proetection Act of 1999, the Ministers of Health and of the Environment were to categorize the 23 000 substances on the DSL. Health Canada undertook to categorize substances on the DSL to identify those that pose the greatest potential for exposure of the general population in Canada (GPE) as well as those persistent or bioaccumulative substances considered ""inherently toxic"" to humans (IThuman). Environment Canada undertook to categorize substances on the DSL to identify those that are persistent or bioaccumulative and ""inherently toxic"" to non-human organisms."Chemicals+Assays5165163444Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Low Priority"HC's list of substances from the Canadian Domestic Substances List not requiring further work for human health at this time. Under Section 73 of Canadian Environmental Proetection Act of 1999, the Ministers of Health and of the Environment were to categorize the 23 000 substances on the DSL. Health Canada undertook to categorize substances on the DSL to identify those that pose the greatest potential for exposure of the general population in Canada (GPE) as well as those persistent or bioaccumulative substances considered """"inherently toxic"""" to humans (IThuman). Environment Canada undertook to categorize substances on the DSL to identify those that are persistent or bioaccumulative and """"inherently toxic"""" to non-human organisms."Chemicals+Assays7627623286Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada Moderate Health"List of Substances from the Canadian Domestic Substances List considered to represent a moderate health priority for further action. Under Section 73 of Canadian Environmental Proetection Act of 1999, the Ministers of Health and of the Environment were to categorize the 23 000 substances on the DSL. Health Canada undertook to categorize substances on the DSL to identify those that pose the greatest potential for exposure of the general population in Canada (GPE) as well as those persistent or bioaccumulative substances considered ""inherently toxic"" to humans (IThuman). Environment Canada undertook to categorize substances on the DSL to identify those that are persistent or bioaccumulative and ""inherently toxic"" to non-human organisms."Chemicals+Assays6316312524Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada NHP AbLS"Health Canada Natural Health Products (NHP) Ingredients Database, Abbreviated Labelling Standards"Chemicals+URLs151030Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada NHP Single"Health Canada Natural Health Products (NHP) Ingredients Database, Single Ingredient Monographs"Chemicals+URLs173117346Link Out
DetailsHealth Canada: Personal Care Product Ingredients"Health Canada. Substances in Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Regulated Under the Food and Drugs Act (F&DA) That Were In Commerce between January 1, 1987 and September 13, 2001."Chemicals140414010Link Out
DetailsHealth CanadaPSL 1999"Health Canada Priority Substance Lists: The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999) requires the establishment of a Priority Substances List (PSL). Chemicals on these lists are categorized by their potential to cause particular types of toxicity. (2006 revision) (Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2008)"Chemicals+Assays3241801296Link Out
DetailsHealth CanadaPSL 2006"Health Canada Priority Substance Lists: The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999) requires the establishment of a Priority Substances List (PSL). Chemicals on these lists are categorized by their potential to cause particular types of toxicity. (2006 revision) (Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2008)"Chemicals+Assays3613613032Link Out
DetailsHUD ChildCareCenters"The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, in collaboration with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, characterized the environments of young children (<6 years) by measuring lead, allergens, and pesticides in a randomly selected nationally representative sample of licensed institutional child care centers."Chemicals+Assays638438108636No Link
DetailsHUD HealthyHomes"The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control (OHHLHC) and the National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL) conducted the first nationwide survey to assessed potential housing related exposure to pesticides, mold, and arsenic concentrations. Of the 1131 individual homes were recruited to participate, a randomly selected sub-set of 500 underwent pesticide sampling. The wipe samples were analyzed for a suite of 24 residential use insecticides represented by 5 chemical classes and represent either current or past residential use insecticides."Chemicals+Assays129162776540No Link
DetailsHuman and Environmental Risk Assessments: Cleaning ProductsHuman and Environmental Risk Assessments on Ingredients of Household Cleaning ProductsChemicals+URLs2732693006Link Out
DetailsHuman Metabolome Database"Human Metabolome Database (Wishart DS et al., HMDB: the Human Metabolome Database. Nucleic Acids Res. 2007 Jan;35(Database issue):D521-6.) (Used with permission of Genome Alberta)"Chemicals+Assays2814220974492Link Out
DetailsIdaho Target Levels for Contaminate SitesIdaho Department of Environmental Quality Initial Default Target Levels (IDTLs) for contaminated sites.Chemicals+Assays1851852214Link Out
DetailsIllinois GroundwaterQSIllinois Groundwater Quality Standards for Class I: Potable Resource Groundwater and for Class II: General Resource GroundwaterChemicals+Assays7673788Link Out
DetailsIllinois Pharm WaterPharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in Illinois Drinking Water (raw and finished)Chemicals+Assays2116434Link Out
DetailsIllinois PWDS MCLs"Illinois Public Water Supplies Drinking Water Standards (PWDS), including Maximum Containment Levels (MCLs)"Chemicals+Assays8375688Link Out
DetailsIllinois TAPsIllinois list of Toxic Air ContaminantsChemicals+Assays345327448Link Out
DetailsIllinois WQS Lake MichiganIllinois Pollution Control Board water quality standards for Lake Michigan BasinChemicals+Assays6439312Link Out
DetailsIllinois WQS SurfaceIllinois Pollution Control Board water quality standards for surface water bodies or water body segmentsChemicals+Assays6240178Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Cancer Summaries and EvaluationsInternational Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) - Summaries and Evaluations - compiled by International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) / INCHEMChemicals+URLs161612573228Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Carciongen Classification"Agents Classified by the IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risk to Humans, Volumes 1-102 "Chemicals+Assays10168114044Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Chemical AssessmentsConcise International Chemical Assessment Documents (CICADs) - compiled by International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) / INCHEMChemicals+URLs333287666Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Environmental Health CriteriaEnvironmental Health Criteria (EHC) Monographs - compiled by International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) / INCHEMChemicals+URLs121711242432Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Health and Safety GuidesHealth and Safety Guides (HSGs) - compiled by International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) / INCHEMChemicals+URLs159157318Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Pesticide DocumentsPesticide Documents (PDs) - compiled by International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS) / INCHEMChemicals+URLs9393186Link Out
DetailsINCHEM Pesticide ResiduesINCHEM JMPR (Joint Meeting on Pesticide Residues) MonographsChemicals+Assays9482475688Link Out
DetailsIndiana University Drug Interaction TableIndiana University School of Medicine Drug Interaction TableChemicals+Assays3862451956Link Out
DetailsInsecticide Resistance Action Committee: MOAsIRAC Mode of Action Classification of pesticides; Prepared by the IRAC Mode of Action Working Group. Version 7.1.Chemicals+Assays2412322290Link Out
DetailsIntake Fraction database (iFDb) The purpose of the Intake Fraction database (iFDb) is to gather data from published intake fraction studies and provide a simple way to search through these studies and their results. Plans for future development of the database includes a function to allow for approximate ranges of intake fraction to be estimated from existing study results based on certain criteria. At this stage, the user can use the database to compare results of their own studies to the results of previous similar studies or browse through to the type of studies that have been done their results. Coverage of different scenarios is limited to currently published data for intake fractions, but the database will be updated as new results are available. "Chemicals+ Assays79233524260Link Out
DetailsInternational Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) HPV 2000"International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) Working List of High Production Volume (HPV) chemicals, published in 2000."Chemicals+Assays107610764862Link Out
DetailsInternational Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) HPV 2005International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) Working List of High Production Volume (HPV) chemicals.Chemicals+Assays142914229080No Link
DetailsInternational Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) Not PetroleumList of petroleum products to be excluded from the ICCA Initiative because they are being addressed by another group. International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA).Chemicals+Assays225225906Link Out
DetailsInternational Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) Other 2000"International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) Annex to Working List of High Production Volume (HPV) chemicals, July, 2000; other chemicals of concern "Chemicals+Assays230230928Link Out
DetailsInternational Fragrance Association IngredientsIFRA has published an alphabetized list of fragrance ingredients used by IFRA affiliated members around the world. This list represents the industry’s palette of materials from which fragrances are formulated.Chemicals3269316913076Link Out
DetailsInternational Toxicology Estimates for Risk"International Toxicology Estimates for Risk (ITER) Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment (TERA): ITER is a free Internet database of human health risk values and cancer classifications for over 600 chemicals of environmental concern from multiple organizations worldwide. ITER is the only database that presents risk data in a tabular format for easy comparison, along with a synopsis explaining differences in data and a link to each organization for more information. ITER is currently available at its ""Original ITER"" location (http://iter.ctcnet.net/publicurl/pub_search_list.cfm) and is now also available as part of the TOXNET compilation of databases (http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov). The two locations contain the same information, however, the TOXNET display allows for additional search functions Edits to ITER are still made to the ""Original ITER"" location, which is uploaded to the TOXNET version of ITER on a weekly basis. (ACToR only contains links to individual chemicals uisng the URL by http://iter.ctcnet.net/publicurl/p_report_view_list.cfm?crn=[CASRN with dashes])"Chemicals+URLs6866671372Link Out
DetailsIowa Statewide Standards for Contaminants in Soil and GroundwaterIowa Statewide Standards for Contaminants in Soil and Groundwater in the Land Recycling Program for contaminated sites.Chemicals+Assays2482441456Link Out
DetailsIreland Residues FishIreland NFRD (The National Food Residue Database) report of monitoring of chlorinated hydrocarbon residues in fishChemicals+Assays2525412Link Out
DetailsIWPC Materials GuideElectrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) industry guide for materials and substances to be disclosed by suppliers in the industryChemicals+Assays3923621982Link Out
DetailsJapanese Chemical Toxicity"Japanese Chemical Toxicity. This is a DOWNLOAD of toxicity summaries in English, developed by the Ministry of Health, Labor,Welfare, Japan (MHLW), for a set of HPV chemicals. The full studies are in Japanese. Tox summaries found at http://dra4.nihs.go.jp/mhlw_data/jsp/ListPageResultENG.jsp. "Chemicals+Assays276276552Link Out
DetailsKEMI Commodity ListKEMI (Swedich Chemicals Agency) Commodity Guide substance listChemicals+Assays9068842594Link Out
DetailsKEMI Flow CardKEMI (Swedich Chemicals Agency) Substance flow for chemical products within Sweden (1993 - 2008)Chemicals+Assays146213179472Link Out
DetailsKentucky VERPKentucky Ambient Background Assessment (inorganics) data and guidance for sites undergoing environmental assessmentChemicals+Assays1818278Link Out
DetailsKIDBKIDB - database of Ki values from UNC - part of the NIMH Psychoactive Drug Screening Program (PDSP) database (Used with permission of University of North Carolina)Chemicals+Assays2840135545260Link Out
Detailslaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Cleanup LevelsAlaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Cleanup Levels Guidance for Chemical Specific ParametersChemicals+Assays1651653184Link Out
DetailsMaine Chemicals ConcernMaine Department of Environmental Protection List of Chemicals of Concern (CHC)Chemicals+Assays1384131813024Link Out
DetailsMaine Chemicals of ConcernMaine Department of Health (MDH) List of Chemicals of High Concern (CHC) (for children)Chemicals+Assays1756172710730Link Out
DetailsMaine Chemicals of Concern DelistedMaine Department of Environmental Protection chemicals delisted from List of Chemicals of Concern (Children)Chemicals+Assays1981791478Link Out
DetailsMESH"MeSH is the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus. It consists of sets of terms naming descriptors in a hierarchical structure that permits searching at various levels of specificity.MeSH descriptors are arranged in both an alphabetic and a hierarchical structure. At the most general level of the hierarchical structure are very broad headings such as ""Anatomy"" or ""Mental Disorders."" More specific headings are found at more narrow levels of the eleven-level hierarchy, such as ""Ankle"" and ""Conduct Disorder."" There are 24,767 descriptors in 2008 MeSH. In addition to these headings, there are more than 172,000 headings called Supplementary Concept Records (formerly Supplementary Chemical Records) within a separate thesaurus. There are also over 97,000 entry terms that assist in finding the most appropriate MeSH Heading, for example, ""Vitamin C"" is an entry term to ""Ascorbic Acid."""Chemicals+Assays6163161624240272Link Out
DetailsMichigan Department of Community Health (MDCH)"The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) has developed a Hazardous Chemical and Toxin Fact Sheet Matrix, providing easy access to on-line fact sheets and medical management guidelines. These documents are from respected sources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry (ATSDR), the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Right to Know Program, e-Medicine, and MDCH. "Chemicals+Assays126117912Link Out
DetailsMINN EDC 2007-2008 HormonesConcentration of Hormones in Minnesota Surface Waters monitored during 2007-2008chemicals+Assays1515180Link Out
DetailsMINN EDC 2007-2008 Org SedConcentration of organic wastewater chemicals in Minnesota sediment (lakes and rivers) 2007-2008chemicals+Assays1715768Link Out
DetailsMINN EDC 2007-2008 Pharm SedConcentration of pharmaceuticals in Minnesota sediment (lakes and rivers) 2007-2008chemicals+Assays1211384Link Out
DetailsMINN EDC 2007-2008 PolarsConcentration of polar organic chemicals in Minnesota lakes 2007-2008chemicals+Assays1312390Link Out
DetailsMINN EDC 2007-2008 SurfaceWaterConcentration of organic wastewater chemicals in Minnesota surface water (lakes and rivers) 2007-2008chemicals+Assays26231200Link Out
DetailsMINN FactSheetsThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) fact sheets contain information about exposures and health risks from chemicals and other environmental health hazards.chemicals+URLs362272Link Out
DetailsMINN HealthRiskCurrent Health Risk Limits for Groundwater and Toxicologic Endpoints in the state of Minnesota.Chemicals+Assays9494564Link Out
DetailsMINN HRE AirThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) develops health-based rules and guidance to evaluate potential human health risks from exposures to chemicals in ambient air.Chemicals+Assays11889974Link Out
DetailsMINN HRE WaterThe Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) develops health-based rules and guidance to evaluate potential human health risks from exposures to chemicals in groundwater.Chemicals+Assays4241624004Link Out
DetailsMINN MDA 2007 Lakes PesticidesMinnesota Department of Agriculture report on Pesticides in Minnesota Lakes as part of Minnesota’s participation in U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2007 National Lake AssessmentChemicals+Assays3735330Link Out
DetailsMINN Pest Sales 1991Total total pounds of select pesticide active ingredients contained in products that were reported as being sold in Minnesota (1991-1995).Chemicals+Assays1212112Link Out
DetailsMINN Pest Sales 1999Total total pounds of pesticide active ingredients contained in products that were reported as being sold in Minnesota (1996-1999).Chemicals+Assays1881881272Link Out
DetailsMINN Pest Sales 2007Total total pounds of pesticide active ingredients contained in products that were reported as being sold in Minnesota (2000-2007).Chemicals+Assays2842713056Link Out
DetailsMINN Pest Sales 2008Calculations for total pounds of pesticide active ingredients contained in products that were reported as being sold in Minnesota (2008).Chemicals+Assays6665831224Link Out
DetailsMINN Pest Sales 2009Calculations for total pounds of pesticide active ingredients contained in products that were reported as being sold in Minnesota (2009).Chemicals+Assays6315541262Link Out
DetailsMINN WQ 2009 PesticidesMinnesota Deptartment of Agriculture 2009 Water Quality Monitoring Report (Pesticides)Chemicals+Assays96891610Link Out
DetailsMINN WWTP 2009 Update SedimentMINN WWTP 2009 Update SedimentUNKNOWN77734044No Link
DetailsMINN WWTP 2009 Update WaterMINN WWTP 2009 Update WaterUNKNOWN807111998No Link
DetailsMINN WWTP EDCMinnesota Pollution Control Agency Monitoring of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals at Wastewater Treatment Plantschemicals+Assays1521081266Link Out
DetailsMINN WWTP Study 2009 SedimentCollaborative Study in Minnesota of bottom sediment samples (24) above and below Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) in Minnesota during 2009. The targets (57) were numerous chemicals including endocrine active chemicals.chemicals+Assays75712396Link Out
DetailsMINN WWTP Study 2009 WaterCollaborative Study in Minnesota of water samples collected above and below Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) in Minnesota during 2009. The targets were numerous chemicals including endocrine active chemicals.chemicals+Assays46423952Link Out
DetailsMissouri HAPMissouri Department of Natural Resources Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP) and Reporting LevelsChemicals+Assays1881841504Link Out
DetailsMissouri MCL 2006Missouri Department of Natural Resources Public Drinking Water MCLs and Compliance for 2006Chemicals+Assays7470454Link Out
DetailsMutagenicity Predictions"Data from Kazius J, McGuire R, Bursi R.,""Derivation and validation of toxicophores for mutagenicity prediction."", J Med Chem. 2005 Jan 13;48(1):312-20 (Used with permission of the authors)"Chemicals+Assays8468461692Link Out
DetailsNational Human Exposure Assessment Survey Arizona"The National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) is a federal interagency research effort coordinated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Research and Development (ORD). The National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) is a federal interagency research effort coordinated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Research and Development (ORD). The objective of the NHEXAS Phase I Arizona study was to determine the distributions of total human exposures to multimedia pollutants in the classes of metals[not included in the ACToR database], pesticides, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This was achieved by studying a proportion-based sample of the total population in Arizona with a nested design for the different stages of sampling. "Chemicals+Assays10656986Link Out
DetailsNational Human Exposure Assessment Survey Maryland"The National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) is a federal interagency research effort coordinated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Research and Development (ORD). The NHEXAS-Maryland study was an investigation of temporal variability in multimedia, multipollutant exposures. The study population consisted of eighty participants above the age of ten in four counties and the city of Baltimore in Maryland. This sample included residents of urban, suburban, and rural areas and is representative of the racial diversity of the region. Samples from each participant were taken six times over the course of one year. Pollutants monitored were drawn from several classes of contaminants including metals, polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, and pesticides. Various environmental media were monitored including outdoor, indoor, and personal air, drinking water, food, house dust, soil, and dermal wipes. Biological media including blood and urine were also sampled and monitored for parent contaminants or biological metabolites of parent contaminants. In addition, a series of questionnaires was administered to aid in determining factors that influence such exposures."Chemicals+Assays122341202Link Out
DetailsNational Human Exposure Assessment Survey Minnesota"The Minnesota Children’s Pesticide Exposure Study (MNCPES) was conducted in 1997 as part of the National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) and involved extensive measurements of multi-pathway exposures to pesticides in a cross-sectional probability sample of children. In addition, measurements were also made to assess exposures to metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The sample population consisted of 102 children 3–13 years old living in urban and non-urban areas of Minnesota. Intensive exposure monitoring occurred during a 1-week period in the summer, and included collection of air, water, food, house dust, soil, and handrinse samples, as well required urine samples and optional blood samples. Questionnaires and technician surveys provided data on residential pesticide use and storage, sociodemographic and housing characteristics, and children’s time-activity patterns."Chemicals+Assays3174253224896No Link
DetailsNational Human Exposure Assessment Survey Region5"The National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) is a federal interagency research effort coordinated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Research and Development (ORD)."Chemicals+Assays4522450Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Amph PhysProp"Physical Properties of Methamphetamine and Illicit Drugs, Precursors, and Adulterants covered in NIOSH Method 9106"Chemicals+Assays2323122Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health CARCsubstances NIOSH considers to be potential occupational carcinogensChemicals+Assays132125264Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health ChemHazardOccupational Health Guidelines for Chemical HazardsChemicals+URLs473461946Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health ERSHDBThe Emergency Response Safety and Health Database (ERSH-DB) is a rapidly accessible occupational safety and health database developed by NIOSH for the emergency response community.Chemicals+Assays4039240Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Immediately DangerousImmediately Dangerous Exposure ConcentrationsChemicals+Assays3963842424Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health NOES"From 1981 to 1983, NIOSH conducted the National Occupational Exposure Survey (NOES) that collected data on potential occupational exposures to chemical, physical, and biological agents."Chemicals+Assays4764302856Link Out
DetailsNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health PELPELs are regulatory limits on the amount or concentration of a substance in the air.Chemicals+URLs414386828Link Out
DetailsNational Institute of Allergy and Infections Disease (NIAID) HIV DrugDev 2010NIAID Anti-HIV drugs in development; drug status and links to chemical and biological data for year 2010Chemicals+Assays4023218Link Out
DetailsNational Institute of Allergy and Infections Disease (NIAID) HIV DrugDev 2011NIAID Anti-HIV drugs in development; drug status and links to chemical and biological data for year 2011Chemicals+Assays3325366Link Out
DetailsNational Institute on Drug Abuse Common AbuseCommonly abused drugs of concern to NIDAChemicals+Assays2116274Link Out
DetailsNational Institute on Drug Abuse Prescr AbusePrescription drugs of abuse - drugs of concern to NIDAChemicals+Assays3030240Link Out
DetailsNational Pesticide Information CenterNational Pesticide Information Center; The (Oregon State University) OSU Extension pesticide properties databaseChemicals+Assays3413252728Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program DevToxNTP Developmental Toxicology AbstractsChemicals+URLs10293322Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program ICCVAMNTP: ICCVAM Reference Substances for Validation of In Vitro ER Binding Assays: Test Methods for Detecting Potential Endocrine DisruptorsChemicals+Assays78781402Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program ICCVAM ConsideredNTP: ICCVAM Substances considered by not included for Validation of In Vitro ER Binding Assays: Test Methods for Detecting Potential Endocrine DisruptorsChemicals+Assays4646504Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program ImmunoToxNTP Immunotoxicology AbstractsChemicals+URLs5453146Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program NominationsSubstances Nominated for testing from 2000 to current. Formal process for nomination and selection; most interest in chemicals of high concern or where data gaps exist.Chemicals+URLs1791711792Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program ReproToxNTP Reproductive Toxicology AbstractsChemicals+URLs9086224Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program ToxCarcLongNTP Long Term Toxicology / Carcinogenicity AbstractsChemicals+URLs5925312354Link Out
DetailsNational Toxicology Program ToxCarcShortNTP Short Term Toxicology / Carcinogenicity AbstractsChemicals+URLs10494418Link Out
DetailsNC DENR SurfaceWS"North Carolina Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR), Division of Water Quality, Surface Waters And Wetlands Standards"Chemicals+Assays6852286Link Out
DetailsNC SRGs SoilNorth Carolina Preliminary Soil Remediation Goals (SRGs) for the protection of groundwater during remediationChemicals+Assays7006856556Link Out
DetailsNC TAP GuidelinesNorth Carolina Division of Air Quality Toxic Air Pollutant (TAP) GuidelinesChemicals+Assays9892232Link Out
DetailsNC TAPs"North Carolina (NC) Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Air Quality Toxic Air Pollutants (TAPs)"Chemicals+Assays240226704Link Out
DetailsNC WQS MCLs"North Carolina (NC) Department of Environment and Natural Resources, water quality standards (WQS) for public water supplies (MCLs and BAT)"Chemicals+Assays7069414Link Out
DetailsNCI 3d structuresNCI 3d structure file from Marc NicklausChemicals+Structures1268731227140Link Out
DetailsNCI Cytochrome p450 drug interactionsNCI Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program Cytochrome P450 Drug Interaction Tables. Only major substrates and effective inducers are listed.Chemicals+Assays10303864120Link Out
DetailsNCI Investigational Drugs: Chemical InfoNCI Investigational Drugs - Pharmaceutical InformationChemicals+URLs6363126Link Out
DetailsNCI Investigational Drugs: Pharmaceutical InfoNCI Investigational Drugs Chemical InformationChemicals+URLs8585170Link Out
DetailsNCPAF 1992National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy (NCFAP) National Pesticide Use Database circa 1992.Chemicals+Assays234234313722Link Out
DetailsNCPAF 1997National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy (NCFAP) National Pesticide Use Database circa 1997.Chemicals+Assays234234332368Link Out
DetailsNebraska Drinking WaterNebraska Department of Environmental Quality Criteria for public Drinking WaterChemicals+Assays137134662Link Out
DetailsNebraska HAPsNebraska Air Quality Regulations list of Hazardous Air PollutantsChemicals+Assays2352241086Link Out
DetailsNebraska WQSNebraska Department of Environmental Quality Standards for Surface Water QualityChemicals+Assays1441401332Link Out
DetailsNeglected Tropical Disease Database: Drugs for Neglected Tropical Diseases Chagas" DNDi (Drugs for Neglected Tropical Diseases initiative) Chagas Dataset. As part of a hit generation effort to discover new T. cruzi inhibitors, a diversity set of agrochemicals was screened in vitro in a whole cell parasite assay against a T. cruzi strain (Tulahuen) belonging to T. cruzi group VI (TcVI) [1] and transfected with the Lac-Z gene. [2] The plant fungicides fenarimol [DNDI1246778] and pyrifenox [DNDI1255613], used in the control of powdery mildew and fungus on fruits and vegetables, demonstrated good activity in the assay with IC50's of 350 nM and 290 nM, respectively. With simple aromatic components and modular synthesis, fenarimol was an ideal starting point for structure-activity-relationship (SAR) investigations aimed at improving activity against T. cruzi and developing compounds suitable for in vivo characterisation. "Chemicals+Assays24242148Link Out
DetailsNeglected Tropical Disease Database: Drugs for Neglected Tropical Diseases HAT"DNDi (Drugs for Neglected Tropical Diseases initiative) Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) dataset. The majority of the compounds released in this dataset from DNDi were identified by screening of combinatorial libraries of two structural classes, 2-aryl-5-aminomethyloxazoles and N-substituted pyridylamidoximes, prepared by SCYNEXIS, Inc. for in vitro activity against Trypanosoma brucei. Based on activity observed in these screening activities, Hit-to-Lead and Lead Optimization programs were conducted opposite these two series and additional SAR was developed for in vitro anti-parasitic activity, physicochemical and in vitro ADME properties. Work in both series was suspended upon determination that the structural requirements for good in vitro anti-parasitic activity were inconsistent with structural requirements for good potential for in vivo activity. More specifically, in both series, compounds with good in vitro anti-parasitic activity tended to be lipophilic, metabolically unstable and of limited aqueous solubility. In addition to these two series, a number of small sets of compounds based on literature reports of in vitro parasitic activity are reported. For example, a series of pyrazolopyrimidines is described. These compounds were found to be poorly selective for in vitro anti-parasitic activity relative to cytotoxicity to mammalian cells, hence were not further pursued. "Chemicals+Assays55290Link Out
DetailsNeglected Tropical Disease Database: St. Judes"An international team led by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital investigators released data detailing the effectiveness of nearly 310,000 chemicals against a malaria parasite that remains one of the world's leading killers of young children. The research, which appears in the 20th May edition of the scientific journal Nature, identified more than 1,100 new compounds with confirmed activity against the malaria parasite. Of those, 172 were studied in detail; leading to identification of almost two dozen families of molecules investigators consider possible candidates for drug development. "Chemicals+Assays4840768Link Out
DetailsNeglected Tropical Disease Database: GSK TCAMS"Screening of approximately 2 million compounds in GlaxoSmithKline's screening library identified inhibitors of proliferation of P. falciparum strain 3D7 in human erythrocytes. The dataset contains the structures and screening data for compounds confirmed to inhibit parasite growth by more than 80% at 2 uM concentration. The compounds' activity against the multidrug resistant Dd2 strain has also been measured for comparison. In addition, we have included data for a human cell cytotoxicity selectivity screen and also deposited an indication of the 'promiscuity' of the hits (the IFI index) in other high-throughput assays at GSK. Finally, a potential mode of action and predicted P. falciparum targets are listed for selected compounds. All efforts have been made to ensure data quality and accuracy, but users are reminded that these data carry the usual caveats associated with results from large scale screening. "Chemicals+Assays1461444624Link Out
DetailsNeglected Tropical Disease Database: Novartis GNF Whole Cell"Screening commercially available compounds in GNF's nonproprietary libraries identified inhibitors of proliferation of P. falciparum strain 3D7 in human erythrocytes. The dataset contains the structures and screening data for over 5,600 compounds, which were tested in dose response and confirmed to inhibit parasite growth by more than 50% at the highest screening concentration (1.25 or 12.5 uM). Over 3200 compounds of these compounds were available for testing in powder format which allowed for testing at higher concentrations (12.5 uM) using freshly diluted stocks. Activity against the multidrug resistant W2 strain is also available. In addition, we have included data for a human cell cytotoxicity selectivity screen using the Huh7 human hepatocellular carcinoma cell line and deposited an indication of the 'promiscuity' of the hits (the IFI index) in other high-throughput assays at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation. All efforts have been made to ensure data quality and accuracy, but users are reminded that these data carry the usual caveats associated with results from large scale screening. "Chemicals+Assays2172103020Link Out
DetailsNetherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety BalloonsMigration of nitrosamines and nitrosatable substances from rubber balloons (Netherlands)Chemicals+Assays75126Link Out
DetailsNetherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety PVC ToysSubstances found in PVC-containing children's toys in Netherlands in 2001 markey survey.Chemicals+Assays3332136Link Out
DetailsNetherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety ToysScreening of plastic toys for chemical composition and hazards; Market surveillance in the Netherlands.Chemicals+Assays119111714Link Out
DetailsNetherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment Allergens ProdNetherlands RIVM Market surveys on allergens in consumer productsChemicals+Assays26261392Link Out
DetailsNetherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment ClassifiedCMR ProductsNetherlands RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) list of Classified CMR substances occurring in consumer preparations.Chemicals+Assays146146864Link Out
DetailsNetherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment CMR ProductsNetherlands RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) list of potential CMR substances occurring in consumer preparations.Chemicals+Assays232378Link Out
DetailsNetherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment PBDEExposure assessment of Dutch nursing infants to PBDEs (polybrominated diphenyl ethers)Chemicals+Assays1111148Link Out
DetailsNetherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment PotentialCMRNetherlands RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) list of 514 potential CMR substances not on Annex 1 (Annex I of 67/548/EEC)Chemicals+Assays5145141846Link Out
DetailsNew Hampshire Ambient GroundwaterNew Hampshire Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards for contaminated site managementChemicals+Assays178177356Link Out
DetailsNew Hampshire GroundwaterNew Hampshire Groundwater Quality Standards for hazardous site remediationChemicals+Assays183182596Link Out
DetailsNew Hampshire Regulated Toxic Air PollutantsNew Hampshire Regulated Toxic Air Pollutants (TAPs)Chemicals+Assays7807297518Link Out
DetailsNew Hampshire SoilNew Hampshire Soil Remediation Standards for contaminated sitesChemicals+Assays172171344Link Out
DetailsNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation Hazardous SubstancesNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation Hazardous Substances ListChemicals+Assays139510306254Link Out
DetailsNew York State Office of Homeland Security ToxicsNew York State Office of Homeland Security Proposed Rule: List of Hazardous and Toxic ChemicalsChemicals+Assays6564981312Link Out
DetailsNHANES"CDC measured biomonitoring exposure levels of environmental chemicals in selected participants for NHANES 2003-2004. For most chemicals, CDC will report results first in the peer-reviewed literature and then in subsequent releases of CDC's National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals."Chemicals+Assays3891959674Link Out
DetailsNHANES 2001-2002 ChemicalsChemicals for National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals (NHANES) 2001-2002 (Second report)Chemicals+Assays1471430Link Out
DetailsNHANES IVChemicals reported in the Fourth National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals (NHANES)Chemicals+Assays212198996Link Out
DetailsNIH AIDSinfoThe NIH AIDSinfo Drug Database provides fact sheets on HIV/AIDS related drugs.Chemicals+URLs439842634Link Out
DetailsNJ Dept. of Env. Health ServicesNew Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Extraordinarily hazardous substance list (EHS)Chemicals+Assays2812111746Link Out
DetailsNLM TOXNET CCRIS"National Librarys Toxicology Data Network.Env. Health & Toxicology TOXNET CCRIS Chemical Carcinogenesis Research Information System (CCRIS) - Carcinogenicity and mutagenicity test results for over 8,000 chemicals (Used with permission of National Library of Medicine)"Chemicals+Assays950695021396014Link Out
DetailsNLM TOXNET DARTNational Librarys Toxicology Data Network. Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology Database (DART) - References to developmental and reproductive toxicology literature.Search By CASRN and Name150561504730112Link Out
DetailsNLM TOXNET GENETOX"National Library’s Toxicology Data Network. Genetic Toxicology Data Bank (GENE-TOX) - Peer-reviewed genetic toxicology test data for over 3,000 chemicals. (Used with permission of National Library of Medicine)"Chemicals+Assays32143204119034Link Out
DetailsNLM TOXNET HSDB"National Librarys Toxicology Data Network. Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB) - Comprehensive, peer-reviewed toxicology data for about 5,000 chemicals (Used with permission of National Library of Medicine)"Chemicals+Assays54205326545026Link Out
DetailsNLM TOXNET ToxicologyTabulated toxicology data from TOXNET of the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM)Chemicals+Assays70760707601421774Link Out
DetailsNOAA Gulf Finfish"NOAA Deepwater Horizon/BP Oil Spill Re-opening Decisions, Test Results, and Post Re-opening Surveillance Data for Finfish"Chemicals+Assays1312936Link Out
DetailsNOAA Gulf OSAT Disp WaterOSAT results from the Gulf after Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: all samples with detected concentrations of dispersant analytes from analysis of water and sediment samples (NOAA)Chemicals+Assays3313618Link Out
DetailsNOAA MarineResources"The Ecological Assessment of Storm Impacts on Marine Resources is designed to assess potential effects on fish and shellfish from non-point source pollution. Pesticides used on farms, lawns and golf courses, petroleum hydrocarbons found in roadway runoff, and other contaminants in storm water runoff can cause illness or death to fish and shellfish. As part of NOAA's Coastal Storms Program, the National Ocean Service (NOS), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), and the Office of Response and Restoration (ORR) are conducting research on the transport of contaminants, estimation of the risks to aquatic organisms, and mitigation approaches to reduce those risks."Chemicals+Assays5165151032Link Out
DetailsNOAA Pharm Kow"Pharmaceuticals in the Environment, Information for Assessing Risk website is designed to provide available information for assessing risks to aquatic resources from drugs entering waterways from both point and non-point sources."Chemicals+Assays1991981190Link Out
DetailsNordic Expert Group Chemical Health RiskNEG (Nordic Expert Group) for Criteria Documentation of Health Risks from ChemicalsChemicals+URLs2321241856Link Out
DetailsNovartis GNF Liver"Novartis re-screened the blood stage inhibitors of the Malaria Box dataset 2 (Novartis GNF Whole Cell) and identified chemical scaffolds with potent activity against both blood and liver stages. Of the 4422 compounds tested, 339 caused a >50% reduction in P. yoelii schizont area. Of those 339 compounds, 275 could be confirmed as active against liver stage parasites (fitted IC50 < 10 uM) in a second round of screening. Of these, 229 compounds had an IC50 of less than 1 uM and 86 less than 100 nM. "Chemicals+Assays2162093506Link Out
DetailsNTP Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR)NTP Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR) provides summaries of studies to determine human reproductive health risks of chemicals.Chemicals+URLs252450Link Out
DetailsNY DEC WQSNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation Surface Water and Groundwater Quality StandardsChemicals+Assays7553596504Link Out
DetailsNY Dept. of Environmental Concervation: Air RegsNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Air Resources RegulationsChemicals+Assays433376866Link Out
DetailsNY FrackingComparison of additives used or proposed for use in NY, parameters detected in analytical results of flowback from the Marcellus operations in PA and WV, and parameters regulated via primary and secondary drinking water standards, SPDES or TOGS111 (Table 6.1)Chemicals+Assays3382891086Link Out
DetailsNY Pesticides EIQ"New York State method of calculation of environmental impact quotient, EIQ for pesticides used on fruit and vegetables"Chemicals+Assays1221203562Link Out
DetailsNY2 FrackingTypical Concentrations of Flowback Constituents based on limited samples from PA and WV, and regulated in NY.Chemicals+Assays5340636Link Out
DetailsNY: Indoor and Outdoor Levels of Volatile Organic Compounds from Fuel Oil"Summary of Indoor and Outdoor Levels of Volatile Organic Compounds from Fuel Oil Heated Homes in New York State (NYS), 1997-2003"Chemicals+Assays69691932Link Out
DetailsOECD CategoriesOECD Chemical Categories provided by OPPTChemicals1141130No Link
DetailsOECD ED Status 2010"ECD Report On OECD Countries Activities Regarding Testing, Assessment And Management Of Endocrine Disrupters, 2010Chemicals+Assays108108576Link Out
DetailsOECD HPV"THE 2004 OECD LIST OF HIGH PRODUCTION VOLUME CHEMICALS: The list in this document contains those chemicals which are produced at levels greater than 1,000 tonnes per year in at least one member country/region It has been compiled based upon submissions from 24 member countries including the European Union’s HPV list according to EC Regulation 793/93. It is used by member countries to choose chemicals on which to make a hazard assessment for human health and the environment in the context of the OECD HPV Chemicals Programme."Chemicals412841280Link Out
DetailsOECD HPVC StructuresOECD HPV Challenge - SMILES/CAS List downloaded from OECD QSAR ToolboxChemicals+Structures285628560No Link
DetailsOECD SIDS"Screening Information Data Sets (SIDS): This database tracks all High Production Volume (HPV) chemicals as defined by the international Organization for Economic Cooperation (OECD) through the Investigation of Existing Chemicals process. Member countries and industry select chemicals for sponsorship. After evaluation, chemical evaluations are posted to the SIDS web site."Chemicals+Assays402397802Link Out
DetailsOECD SponsoredOECD List of HPV Chemicals sponsored by a Member country and status of the assessment processChemicals+Assays1403137613720Link Out
DetailsOhio TACsOhio List of Toxic Air Contaminants (TACs)Chemicals+Assays304298608Link Out
DetailsOhio Water MCLsOhio EPA Maximum contaminant levels and best available technologies for organic contaminants in drinking waterChemicals+Assays5151306Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of AldehydesMeasured Aldehyde concentrations in various countries in Europe. Concentrations are provided for measurements in homes.Chemicals+Assays353700Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of Formaldehyde"The Formaldehyde concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries. "Chemicals+Assays17112736Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of FumarateMeasured concentrations of dimethyl fumarate in various consumer products that are sold in Europe. The European RAPEX database provided 185 results (2005-2011) of products which were contaminated with DMF.Chemicals+Assays7811152Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of NapthaleneMeasured Naphthalene air concentrations in various countries in EuropeChemicals+Assays191342Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of NicotineMeasured nicotine concentrations in various countries in Europe. Measurements in homes and in public places.Chemicals+Assays301596Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of PAHMeasured concentrations of PAH compounds in indoor air for European countriesChemicals+Assays61120Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of Pthalates"Measured concentrations of phthalates (DEHP, BBzP, DIDP and DINP) in indoor air and dust, and consumer products (only cosmetics for now) for several European countries."Chemicals+Assays19982786Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of Terpenes"Measured concentrations of Terpenes (pinenes, limonenes, carenes) in various countries in Europe. Concentrations are provided for measurements in homes, worksplaces and public buildings. "Chemicals+Assays25235040Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of Toluene"Toluene concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries. "Chemicals+Assays22313568Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of Xylene"Measured concentrations of Xylenes in various European countries. Concentrations are provided for measurements in homes, workplaces and public places"Chemicals+Assays5711140Link Out
DetailsOpasnet: Air concentrations of Benzene"Benzene concentrations in indoor, outdoor and personal measurements in several European countries. "Chemicals+Assays33515360Link Out
DetailsOPCWThe Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is the implementing body of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC or Convention). USA is a member. Toxic chemicals and precursors are listed in Schedules.Chemicals+Assays6955358Link Out
DetailsOregon Dept. of Env. Quality: Hazardous Air Pollution Program emissionsOregon DEQ Hazardous Air Pollution Program emissions limitations on sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs)Chemicals+Assays140138560Link Out
DetailsOregon Dept. of Env. Quality: Human Health CriteriaOregon DEQ (Department of Environmental Quality) Water Quality Standards: Human Health Criteria for Toxic PollutantsChemicals+Assays128119826Link Out
DetailsOregon Toxic Substance Water Quality StandardsOregon Toxic Substance Water Quality Standards for Toxic Pollutants - Guidance Values to protect aquatic lifeChemicals+Assays5950270Link Out
DetailsOSHA EPAOSHA and EPA jointly developed and maintain this database as a convenient reference for the occupational safety and health community. This database compiles information from several government agencies and organizations. Available database reports include: ""Physical Properties,"" ""Exposure Guidelines,"" ""NIOSH Pocket Guide,"" and ""Emergency Response Information,"" including the DOT Emergency Response Guide. In addition, an all-in-one report, ""Full Report,"" is available."Chemicals+URLs8007491600Link Out
DetailsOSHA HealthGuidelines"Guidelines summarize pertinent information about chemicals for workers and employers as well as for physicians, industrial hygienists, and other occupational safety and health professionals who may need such information to conduct effective occupational safety and health programs"Chemicals+URLs169164670Link Out
DetailsOSPAR Chem ConcernOSPAR Commission List of Chemicals of possible ConcernChemicals+Assays306306612Link Out
DetailsOSPAR Ecotoxicological Assessment CriteriaEACs (Ecotoxicological Assessment Criteria) from OSPAR Commission for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic Quality Status Report 2000Chemicals+Assays1818280Link Out
DetailsOSPAR Priority 2004OSPAR Commission List of Chemicals for Priority Action (2004 update)Chemicals+Assays5245666Link Out
DetailsOSPAR Priority 2011OSPAR Commission List of Chemicals for Priority Action (2011 update)Chemicals+Assays5248476Link Out
DetailsOSPAR TaintOSPAR Convention List of Substances/Compounds Liable to Cause Taint and List of substances known not to cause taintChemicals+Assays180173360Link Out
DetailsPA Frackinghemicals Used in the Hydraulic Fracturing Process in Pennsylvania; Prepared by the Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Oil and Gas Management; Compiled from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) obtained from IndustryChemicals+Assays7861154Link Out
DetailsPENN MSCs GWPennsylvania Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) for Regulated Substances in Groundwater for land recycling program (brownfields)Chemicals+Assays3883889300Link Out
DetailsPENN MSCs Soil DirectPennsylvania Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) for Regulated Substances in Soil (Direct Contact Values) for land recycling program (brownfields)Chemicals+Assays3863864632Link Out
DetailsPENN MSCs Soil-GWPennsylvania Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) for Regulated Substances in Soil (Soil-Groundwater) for land recycling program (brownfields)Chemicals+Assays38638613826Link Out
DetailsPENN PropertiesPennsylvania DEP Chemical and Toxicological Properties for Regulated SubstancesChemicals+Assays3903909024Link Out
DetailsPENN ThresholdPennsylvania DEP Threshold for Regulation Compounds under Brownfields Development ProgramChemicals+Assays7575750Link Out
DetailsPesticide Common Names"Pesticide Common Names. More than 1100 of these official pesticide names have been assigned by the ISO, in accordance with an established system of nomenclature. This Compendium is a place where all of the ISO-approved standard names of chemical pesticides are listed. It also includes approved names from national and international bodies for pesticides that do not have ISO names. (Used with permission of Alan Wood)"Chemicals182118130Link Out
DetailsPharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in New York City Water Supply (2009)Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in Source Water of the New York City Water Supply in 2009Chemicals+Assays1916338Link Out
DetailsPharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in New York City Water Supply (2010)Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in Source Water of the New York City Water Supply in 2010Chemicals+Assays1914312Link Out
DetailsPhysical and chemical properties of various pyrethroidsPhysical and chemical properties of various pyrethroids of interest in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Central ValleyChemicals+Assays1111132Link Out
DetailsReport on Carcinogens 11"Report on Carcinogens (RoC 11): This is a list of chemicals that the NTP has determined to be probable human carcinogens. For each chemical, a summary sheet is available "Chemicals+Assays217217432No Link
DetailsReport on Carcinogens 12"Report on Carcinogens (RoC 12): This is a list of chemicals that the NTP has determined to be probable human carcinogens. For each chemical, a summary sheet is available "Chemicals+Assays235232652Link Out
DetailsReport on Carcinogens Not RecommendedSubstances Reviewed but Not Recommended for Listing in the 12th Report on Carcinogens (RoC)Chemicals+Assays3212Link Out
DetailsRisk Assessment Information Systems ChemPhysChemical and Physical Properties from ORNL The Risk Assessment Information SystemChemicals+Assays1139107559668Link Out
DetailsRisk Assessment Information Systems MetadataORNL The Risk Assessment Information System Toxicity MetadataChemicals+Assays66164513408Link Out
DetailsRisk Assessment Information Systems ToxProfilesORNL The Risk Assessment Information System Toxicity Profiles. The toxicity profiles in this database were developed using information taken from the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) and Health Effects Assessment Summary Tables (HEAST) and other regulatory sources. The profiles and their references are provided to eliminate the effort needed to produce the toxicity profiles presented in the toxicity assessment chapter of a risk assessment and to supplement the human health risk-based preliminary remediation goals presented elsewhere in the RAIS.Chemicals+Assays7575450Link Out
DetailsRisk Assessment Information Systems ToxValuesORNL The Risk Assessment Information System Toxicity ValuesChemicals+Assays127711979686Link Out
DetailsScorecard Pollution Information Summaries"Scorecard Pollution Information Summaries. Using information from scientific sources and regulatory agencies, Scorecard provides listings of the chemicals that can cause cancer, harm the immune system, contribute to birth defects, or lead to any of nine other types of health impacts. Chemicals whose health hazards are widely recognized by authoritative scientific organizations are separated from chemicals whose health hazards are suspected on the basis of more limited data. Lists are available for 12 different adverse health effects. Select ""recognized"" or ""suspected"" to retrieve a list of the chemicals that are associated with a specific health effect. For each chemical on a list, Scorecard links to a comprehensive profile and summarizes the scientific reference(s) that document that chemical's association with a health hazard."Chemicals+URLs3325310950034Link Out
DetailsSIN (Substitute It Now)"The List 2.0 consists of 378 chemicals that ChemSec has identified as Substances of Very High Concern based on the criteria established by the EU chemical regulation, REACH."Chemicals+Assays512501342Link Out
DetailsSRC BIODEG FullFull biodegradation experimental results from SRC BIODEG Database. BIODEG contains experimental values relating to biodegradation subjects. Records in BIODEG and BIODEG SUMMARY have been updated at varying times from the mid 1980’s to approximately 2004 depending upon funding from EPA.Chemicals+Assays52952972258Link Out
DetailsSRC Experimental Biodegradation Values: Summary AerobicSummary of Biodegradation experimental results conducted under aerobic conditions from SRC BIODEG Summary DatabaseChemicals+Assays7257253872Link Out
DetailsSRC Experimental Biodegradation Values: Summary AnaerobicSummary of Biodegradation experimental results conducted under anaerobic conditions from SRC BIODEG Summary DatabaseChemicals+Assays2272271928Link Out
DetailsSRC Experimental Biodegradation Values: Summary CultureSummary of Biodegradation experimental results conducted aerobically from SRC BIODEG Summary DatabaseChemicals+Assays3333132Link Out
DetailsSRI Consulting Petrochemical Reports"link to SRI consulting's world petrochemical reports. These contain data on worldwide production and consumption volumes, as well as demand and primary usages."Chemicals+Assays5753114Link Out
DetailsSubstances in Preparation in Nordic Countries"Substances in preparations in Nordic countries. Contains information on production volumes and applications of chemical substances used in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. "Chemicals+Assays428711846712028636Link Out
DetailsTETRATOX AliphaticTETRATOX database of toxic potency data using the common freshwater ciliate Tetrahymena pyriformis - aliphatic compoundsChemicals+Assays5004986170Link Out
DetailsTETRATOX AromaticsTETRATOX database of toxic potency data using the common freshwater ciliate Tetrahymena pyriformis - aromatic compoundsChemicals+Assays3953952370Link Out
DetailsTox21 New Nominations"Nominations for the Tox21 Program, not already in the ACToR database"Chemicals1851570No Link
DetailsToxCast 1408First 1408 ToxCast chemicals run by NCGCChemicals+Assays133813300Link Out
DetailsToxipedia ChemicalsToxipedia Chemicals List and Factsheets. Toxipedia is a project of the Institute of Neurotoxicology and Neurological Disorders.Chemicals+URLS144135288Link Out
DetailsToxipedia PesticidesToxipedia Pesticides List and Factsheets. Toxipedia is a project of the Institute of Neurotoxicology and Neurological Disorders.Chemicals+URLS8483168Link Out
DetailsToxRefDB"Chemicals in the ToxRef Database, currently listing the DERs that exist"Chemicals+Assays4454450Link Out
DetailsTrace Substances in the San Francisco Estuary 1993-2003"The Regional Monitoring Program (RMP) Measurements for Trace Substances in the San Francisco Estuary, 1993-2003"Chemicals+Assays48452758Link Out
DetailsTrace Substances in the San Francisco Estuary 2002-2006 Sediment"The Regional Monitoring Program (RMP) Measurements for Trace Substances in Sediments in the San Francisco Estuary, 2002-2006"Chemicals+Assays2119328Link Out
DetailsTrace Substances in the San Francisco Estuary 2002-2006 Water"The Regional Monitoring Program (RMP) Measurements for Trace Substances in water in the San Francisco Estuary, 2002-2006"Chemicals+Assays2722782Link Out
DetailsTSCA 4 Testing"Section 4 of TSCA gives EPA the authority to require chemical manufacturers and processors to test existing chemicals. Under Section 4, EPA can by rule require testing after finding that (1) a chemical may present an unreasonable risk of injury to human health or the environment, and/or the chemical is produced in substantial quantities that could result in significant or substantial human or environmental exposure, (2) the available data to evaluate the chemical are inadequate, and (3) testing is needed to develop the needed data. The Chemical Testing Program in EPA's Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT) also works with members of the U.S. chemical industry to develop needed data via TSCA Section 4 Enforceable Consent Agreements (ECAs) and Voluntary Testing Agreements (VTAs)."Chemicals+Assays138717517572Link Out
DetailsTSCA 8d"Under USEPA's TSCA Section 8(d), EPA has the authority to promulgate rules to require producers, importers, and processors to submit lists and/or copies of ongoing and completed, unpublished health and safety studies. EPA's TSCA Section 8(d) ""Health & Safety Data Reporting Rule"" was developed to gather health and safety information on chemical substances and mixtures needed by EPA to carry out its TSCA mandates (e.g., to support OPPT's Existing Chemicals Program and Chemical Testing Program and to set priorities for TSCA risk assessment/management activities). EPA has also used its TSCA Section 8(d) authority to gather information needed by other EPA Program Offices and other Federal Agencies. "Chemicals+URLS138116620288Link Out
DetailsTSCA 8e"U.S. chemical manufacturers, importers, processors and distributors are required to notify EPA within 30 calendar days of new, unpublished information on their chemicals that may lead to a conclusion of substantial risk to human health or to the environment. This file represents a a compendium of such submission from Marsh 2001 to September 2001."Chemicals+URLS581013090Link Out
DetailsTSCA SNUR1"The proposed category of glymes to be regulated by this Significant New Use Rule (SNUR) consists of 12 glymes for which designated significant new uses would be its use in a comsumer product, and for 2 glymes designated significant new use would be more expansive, ""for any use."" This action would require persons who intend to manufacture. import, or process these chemical substances for an activity that is designated as a significant new use by this proposed rule to notify EPA at least 90 days before commencing that activity."Chemicals+Assays141438Link Out
DetailsTSCATS"The Toxic Substance Control Act Test Submission Database. TSCATS is a central system for the collection, maintenance, and dissemination of information on unpublished technical reports submitted by industry to EPA under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Studies on over 8,000 chemicals are categorized into three broad subject areas (health effects, environmental effects, and environmental fate). Searches can be conducted using these subject areas plus additional indexing terms from the controlled vocabulary of testing protocol describing observations (e.g., species, duration of study, etc.). More detail on the TSCATS databases are provided in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Volume 6, pp. 921-927 (l987)."Chemicals+URLS6189618412378Link Out
DetailsUCSF Antiretroviral ProfilesUniversity of California San Francisco (UCSF) Antiretroviral ProfilesChemicals+Assay2626156Link Out
DetailsUK AllergensThe Cosmetic Products (Safety) Regulations 2004 (UK) require that 26 fragrances above certain threshold limits must be declared in the ingredient list. These 26 fragrance compounds have been found to be allergens that can produce allergic reactions to individuals sensitive to these compounds.Chemicals+Assays262652Link Out
DetailsUK Cleanright"Cleanright, launched by Cefic and A.I.S.E. is a reference point for Europeans on household cleaning and maintenance products. It includes fragrances/perfume ingredients commonly found in soaps, detergents and maintenance products."Chemicals+Assays7272470Link Out
DetailsUK Cleanright Ingredients"Ingredients commonly found in soaps, detergents and maintenance products - provided by Cleanright"Chemicals+Assays3552611418Link Out
DetailsUK Cosmetics ProvisionalUK - The Cosmetic Products (Safety) Regulations 2004. Schedule 4 part 2 of the directive is a list of substances provisionally allowed.Chemicals+Assays153581510Link Out
DetailsUK Cosmetics RestrictedUK - The Cosmetic Products (Safety) Regulations 2004. Schedule 4 is a list of substances which cosmetic products must not contain except subject to restrictions.Chemicals+Assays13271748Link Out
DetailsUK defra Metals EmissionsSummary of Emissions and Concentrations of Metals 1970-2008 in United Kingdom provided by Department for Environment Food and Rural AffairsChemicals+Assays99360Link Out
DetailsUK defra POPs EmissionsSummary of Emissions and Concentrations of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) 1990-2008 in United Kingdom provided by Department for Environment Food and Rural AffairsChemicals+Assays2120882Link Out
DetailsUK DWI EpoxyMigration of substances from in-situ applied epoxy resin coatings applied to water mains (UK DWI)Chemicals+Assays153411890Link Out
DetailsUK eionet Emissions 1999UK Air emission annual data reporting (1999) to European Union authorities as required by international treatyChemicals+Assays26215824Link Out
DetailsUK FlashPointCommon Chemicals with low flashpoints from Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory of Oxford UniversityChemicals+Assays3837150Link Out
DetailsUK Munitions SeaPhysicoChemical properties from Literature review of munitions dumped in the waters round the UK and in the NE Atlantic.Chemicals+Assays1110106Link Out
DetailsUK NAEI Emissions 2008National Atmospheric Emission Inventory (NAEI) estimates of pollutant emissions to air in the UK (2008)Chemicals+Assays4132326Link Out
DetailsUK Pest Metab GroundwaterSummary Data for analysis of Pesticide Metabolites in groundwater by Environment Agency (UK)Chemicals+Assays881006Link Out
DetailsUK Pest Metab SurfaceWaterSummary Data for analysis of Pesticide Metabolites in Surface Water by Environment Agency (UK)Chemicals+Assays99964Link Out
DetailsUK Pest Metab WaterSummary Data for analysis of Pesticide Metabolites in raw and treated drinking waters by Environment Agency (UK)Chemicals+Assays77932Link Out
DetailsUK PestUsageThis work was undertaken as part of a larger project funded under the Environmental Constraints Theme of Defra’s Horizon Scanning Programme. This project investigated the potential environmental effects of changing use patterns for two major applications: Non-synthetics as complementary & alternative medicines and as pesticides and biocides.Chemicals+Assay3734770Link Out
DetailsUK Pharm UseThe UK top 50 used pharmaceuticals in 2004 (based on IMS data)Chemicals+Assays5050400Link Out
DetailsUK Pharm WaterMeasured concentrations of pharmaceuticals in the UK aquatic environment as reported in the current literature.Chemicals+Assays3016204Link Out
DetailsUK PPDB"The PPDB is a comprehensive relational database of pesticide physicochemical and ecotoxicological data. It has been developed by the Agriculture & Environment Research Unit (AERU) at the University of Hertfordshire, from the database that originally accompanied the EMA (Environmental Management for Agriculture) software (also developed by AERU), with additional input from the EU-funded FOOTPRINT project (http://www.eu-footprint.org)."Chemicals+Assays133311985332Link Out
DetailsUK Space molec specThe 151 molecular species detected in space submitted to astrochemistry.netChemicals+Assays151126668No Link
DetailsUK VetResidues 2006Annual Report on Surveillance for Veterinary Residues in Food in UK in 2006Chemicals+Assays3017328Link Out
DetailsUK VetResidues 2007Annual Report on Surveillance for Veterinary Residues in Food in UK in 2007Chemicals+Assays3320370Link Out
DetailsUK VetResidues 2008Annual Report on Surveillance for Veterinary Residues in Food in UK in 2008Chemicals+Assays3522412Link Out
DetailsUK VetResidues 2009Annual Report on Surveillance for Veterinary Residues in Food in UK in 2009Chemicals+Assays3826454Link Out
DetailsUMD env safety"Chemical substances that meet the University of Maryland definition of an Acute Toxin, Teratogen, Carcinogen, or Mutagen"Chemicals+Assays366430447996Link Out
DetailsUMD MOAMode of Action of Structural Pest Control Chemicals from University of Maryland Cooperative ExtensionChemicals+Assays3332198Link Out
DetailsUN INCB Precursors"International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) in accordance with the United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances, List Of Precursors And Chemicals Frequently Used In The Illicit Manufacture Of Narcotic Drugs And Psychotropic Substances Under International Control"Chemicals+Assays232346Link Out
DetailsUN IPCC Greenhouse GasesIntergovermental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC). The Third Assessment Report of Working Group I of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) builds upon past assessments and incorporates new results from the past five years of research on climate change.Chemicals+Assays2222262Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Air Emissions MPU"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Guidance on Thresholds for MPU (manufacture, process or use) reporting - Air Emissions of specified pollutants"Chemicals+Assays8667172Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Air Releases"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Guidance on Thresholds for reporting Releases to Air of specified pollutants"Chemicals+Assays8666172Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Land Releases"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Guidance on Thresholds for MPU (manufacture, process or use) reporting - Releases to land of specified pollutants"Chemicals+Assays8667172Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Land Releases MPU"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Guidance on Thresholds for reporting Direct Releases to Land of specified pollutants"Chemicals+Assays8667172Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Off-Site Transfers"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Guidance on Thresholds for Off-Site Transfers of specified pollutants"Chemicals+Assays8667356Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Sectors"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Expected releases and transfers by source categories of annex 1 activities to the PRTR Protocol."Chemicals+Assays8667518Link Out
DetailsUN PRTR Water Releases"United Nations Economic Commission For Europe (UNECE) Protocol on Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers (PRTRs), Guidance on Thresholds for reporting Direct Releases to Water of specified pollutants"Chemicals+Assays17267344Link Out
DetailsUN Rotterdam Appendix IIIThe Rotterdam Convention covers pesticides and industrial chemicals that have been banned or severely restricted for health or environmental reasons. These are listed in Annex III.Chemicals+Assays5756256Link Out
DetailsUN Rotterdam Appendix VA"Appendix V, Part A of the PIC Circular contains a tabular summary of notifications of final regulatory actions for chemicals that are not listed in Annex III of the Rotterdam Convention."Chemicals+Assays3201992548Link Out
DetailsUN Rotterdam Appendix VBFinal Regulatory Actions for Banned or Severely Restricted Chemicals (Rotterdam Convention) (Appendix V) and Verified NOT to Meet the Requirements of Annex I of the Rotterdam ConventionChemicals+Assays10491832Link Out
DetailsUN Rotterdam PIC"The Rotterdam Convention creates legally binding obligations for the implementation of the Prior Informed Consent (PIC) procedure. It built on the voluntary PIC procedure, initiated by UNEP and FAO in 1989 and ceased on 24 February 2006. The chemicals listed in Annex III include pesticides and industrial chemicals that have been banned or severely restricted for health or environmental reasons by Parties. "Chemicals8985190Link Out
DetailsUN SCETDG WaterPollutingUN Committee Of Experts On The Transport Of Dangerous Goods (SCETDG) 315 substances that are to be classified as environmentally hazardous substances and Listed in Annex IIChemicals+Assays317264634Link Out
DetailsUN Stockholm POPs"The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) is a global treaty to protect human health and the environment from chemicals that remain intact in the environment for long periods, become widely distributed geographically and accumulate in the fatty tissue of humans and wildlife."Chemicals+Assays121124Link Out
DetailsUS Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) PHTH Env"U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission summary of the concentrations of six phthalates of interest in environmental media, consumer products, and food, to which humans might be exposed."Chemicals+Assays661764Link Out
DetailsUS Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) PHTH PhysChemU. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) summary of Physico-Chemical properties for six phthalataesChemicals+Assays66480Link Out
DetailsUS Dept. of Commerce CWC Schedule 1"US Department Of Commerce, Bureau of Export Administration, US Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), Schedule 1 Chemicals"Chemicals+Assays2525100Link Out
DetailsUS Dept. of Commerce CWC Schedule 2"US Department Of Commerce, Bureau of Export Administration, US Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), Schedule 2 Chemicals"Chemicals+Assays181356Link Out
DetailsUS Dept. of Commerce CWC Schedule 3"US Department Of Commerce, Bureau of Export Administration, US Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), Schedule 3 Chemicals"Chemicals+Assays171734Link Out
DetailsUS FDA DRUGSStructure information for drugs approcved by the FDA - compiled by NIH Chemical Genomics CenterChemicals+Structures501348070No Link
DetailsUS Nuclear Regulatory Commission: ByproductsUS NRC (US Nuclear Regulatory Commission) Schedule A - licensing of byproduct materials: exempt concentrationsChemicals+Assays154137332Link Out
DetailsUS Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Emergency ResponseUS NRC Schedule C - Quantities of radioactive materials requiring consideration of the need for an emergency plan for responding to a release.Chemicals+Assays9582380Link Out
DetailsUS Nuclear Regulatory Commission: ExemptionsUS NRC (US Nuclear Regulatory Commission) Schedule B is used for determining exemptions under paragraph 30.18 Exempt quantitiesChemicals+Assays186154372Link Out
DetailsUS Nuclear Regulatory Commission: LabellingUS NRC Appendix B - Quantities of Licensed Material Requiring LabelingChemicals+Assays181159362Link Out
DetailsUSDA 1999 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 9th Annual summary for Calendar Year 1999 - Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays15215223422Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2000 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 10th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2000 - Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays18018031116Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2001 Drinking WaterUSDA testing for pesticides in finished drinking water samples in 2001Chemicals+Assays175170890Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2001 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 11th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2001 - Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays19019028500Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2001 RiceUSDA Pesticide Data Program 11th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2001 - Pesticide Residues on RiceChemicals+Assays4141316Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2002 Drinking WaterUSDA testing for pesticides in finished drinking water samples in 2002Chemicals+Assays2132051570Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2002 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 12th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2002 - Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays19519527798Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2003 Drinking WaterUSDA testing for pesticides in drinking water samples in 2003Chemicals+Assays2342251750Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2003 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 13th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2003 - Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays21921921460Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2004 Drinking WaterUSDA testing for pesticides in untreated and finished drinking water samples in 2004Chemicals+Assays2322272984Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2004 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 14th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2004 - Pesticide Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays22922928920Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2004 Residues MilkUSDA Pesticide Data Program 14th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2004 - Residues in milk and heavy creamChemicals+Assays8988860Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2005 Bottled WaterUSDA testing results for pesticides in bottled water for 2005Chemicals+Assays8281576Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2005 Drinking WaterUSDA testing for pesticides in untreated and finished drinking water samples in 2005Chemicals+Assays2222182904Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2005 Pesticide Residues"USDA residue detections for all fruit and vegetable pesticide/commodity pairs tested, Data for 2005."Chemicals+Assays24224227038Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2005 Residues MilkUSDA Pesticide Data Program 15th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2005 - Residues in milk and heavy creamChemicals+Assays89881356Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2006 Bottled WaterUSDA Pesticide Data Program 16th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2006 - Pesticides found in bottled waterChemicals+Assays8483588Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2006 Drinking WaterUSDA Pesticide Data Program 16th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2006 - Pesticides found in treated and untreated drinking waterChemicals+Assays2422363062Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2006 NRP Residues"USDA National Residue Program (NRP) testing results for chemical residues of veterinary drugs, pesticides, and environmental contaminants in samples of meat, poultry, and egg products for year 2006"Chemicals+Assay10810229620Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2006 Pesticide Residues"USDA residue detections for all fruit and vegetable pesticide/commodity pairs tested, Data for 2006."Chemicals+Assays24424427760Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2007 Drinking WaterUSDA Pesticide Data Program 17th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2007 - Pesticides found in treated and untreated drinking waterChemicals+Assays2392333088Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2007 Ground WaterUSDA Pesticide Data Program 17th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2007 - pesticides in found in Potable Groundwater from Domestic WellsChemicals+Assays9492726Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2007 NRP Residues"USDA National Residue Program (NRP) testing results for chemical residues of veterinary drugs, pesticides, and environmental contaminants in samples of meat, poultry, and egg products for year 2007.."""Chemicals+Assays11310532850Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2007 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 17th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2007 - Pesticide Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays24124127912Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2008 Drinking WaterUSDA Pesticide Data Program 18th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2008 - Pesticides found in treated and untreated drinking waterChemicals+Assays2172113016Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2008 Ground WaterUSDA Pesticide Data Program 18th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2008 - pesticides in found in Potable Groundwater from Domestic WellsChemicals+Assays9492828Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2008 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 18th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2008 - Pesticide Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays30230251458Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2009 Drinking WaterUSDA testing for pesticides in untreated and finished drinking water samples in 2009Chemicals+Assays2162102886Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2009 Ground Water"USDA 2009 testing for pesticides in Potable Groundwater from wells, agricultural areas, schools/childcare facilities and private residences."Chemicals+Assays94921658Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2009 Pesticide ResiduesUSDA Pesticide Data Program 19th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2009 - Pesticide Residues on Fruits and VegetablesChemicals+Assays29829846542Link Out
DetailsUSDA 2009 RiceUSDA Pesticide Data Program 19th Annual summary for Calendar Year 2009 - Pesticide Residues on RiceChemicals+Assays8180746Link Out
DetailsUSDA CFR 424Food ingredients approved for use in the preparation of meat products under CFR Title 9: Animals and Animal ProductsChemicals+Assays3531532800Link Out
DetailsUSDA FS HERA"For the pesticides commonly used by the Forest Service (FS) in its management activities, Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessments (HERAs) are prepared."Chemicals+Assay4946196Link Out
DetailsUSDA FSIS 7120UDSDA Directive 7120.1 identifies the substances that have been approved for use in meat and poultry products as food additives.Chemicals+Assays317943764Link Out
DetailsUSDA National Agricultural Statistics Service CornCottonPotatoes 2010"USDA NASS Agricultural Chemical Use on Corn, Upland Cotton, Fall Potatoes in Program States, 2010 "Chemicals+Assays19519514670Link Out
DetailsUSDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Floriculture 2009"USDA NASS Agricultural Chemical Use Survey for Nursery and Floriculture Crops, 2009"Chemicals+Assays26126137170Link Out
DetailsUSDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Fruit 2009"USDA NASS Agricultural Chemical Use Survey for Fruit Crops, 2009"Chemicals+Assays27627635118Link Out
DetailsUSDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Wheat 2009"USDA NASS Agricultural Chemical Use on wheat in Program States, 2009 "Chemicals+Assays68684554Link Out
DetailsUSDA NOP Crops"National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances - Crops. The National Organic Program (NOP) develops, implements, and administers national production, handling, and labeling standards for organic agricultural products. The NOP also accredits the certifying agents (foreign and domestic) who inspect organic production and handling operations to certify that they meet USDA standards."Chemicals+Assays100591096Link Out
DetailsUSDA NOP Livestock"National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances - livestock. The National Organic Program (NOP) develops, implements, and administers national production, handling, and labeling standards for organic agricultural products. The NOP also accredits the certifying agents (foreign and domestic) who inspect organic production and handling operations to certify that they meet USDA standards."Chemicals+Assays4129430Link Out
DetailsUSDA NOP Processing"National List of Allowed and Prohibited Substances - Processing for organic agricultural products. The National Organic Program (NOP) develops, implements, and administers national production, handling, and labeling standards for organic agricultural products. The NOP also accredits the certifying agents (foreign and domestic) who inspect organic production and handling operations to certify that they meet USDA standards."Chemicals+Assays115761268Link Out
DetailsUSDA Pest PropertiesUSDA Agricultural Research Service/Pesticide Properties database (factsheets)Chemicals+URLs334331668Link Out
DetailsUSDA Pesticide Data ProgramUSDA PDPUNKNOWN3563304575028074No Link
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1991 Citrus"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1991 Citrus Fruit Crop Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA"Chemicals+Assays34342164Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1991 Fruit"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1991 Fruit Crop Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA"Chemicals+Assays84814240Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1991 Fruit Nonbearing"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1991 Nonbearing Fruit Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA"Chemicals+Assays62611356Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1991 Nuts"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1991 Nut Crop Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), USDA"Chemicals+Assays3838614Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1993 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1993 Field Crops Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1171142086Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1993 Fruit"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1993 Fruit Crop Summary: Released July 1994, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays99947414Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1994 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1994 Field Crops Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"""Chemicals+Assays1191162194Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1995 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1995 Field Crops Summary: Released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1321292480Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1995 Fruit"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1995 Fruit Crop Summary: Released July 1996, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays90855886Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1996 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1996 Field Crops Summary: Released May, 1997, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1351312622Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1997 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1997 Field Crops Summary: Released September, 1998, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1361332570Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1997 Fruit"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1997 Fruit Crop Summary: Released July, 1998, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1111056516Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1999 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1999 Field Crops Summary: Released May, 2000, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1581553148Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1999 Fruit"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1999 Fruit Crop Summary: Released July 2000, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1331257994Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 1999 Nuts"Agricultural Chemical Usage 1999 Nut Crop Summary: Released July 2000, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays58561230Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 2000 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 2000 Field Crops Summary: Released May, 2001, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Pesticide use on selected crops in participating states."Chemicals+Assays1721673268Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 2001 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 2001 Field Crops Summary: Released May 2002, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Pesticide use on selected crops in participating states."Chemicals+Assays1441422368Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 2001 Fruit"Agricultural Chemical Usage 2001 Fruit Crop Summary: Released August 2002, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture"Chemicals+Assays1501378450Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 2002 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 2002 Field Crops Summary: Released May, 2003, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Pesticide use on selected crops in participating states."Chemicals+Assays93931706Link Out
DetailsUSDA PestUse 2003 FieldCrops"Agricultural Chemical Usage 2003 Field Crops Summary: Released May, 2005, by the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Statistics Board, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Pesticide use on selected crops in participating states."Chemicals+Assays1801763188