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Cleaner Indoor Air Campaigns: Choose Friendships Over Fragrances, as well as Campaigns for Business, Medical and Churches.

Cleaner Indoor Air Information Sheets: Air Fresheners, Building and Transportation, Fragrance Free Health Care, Fragrance Tidbits, Laundry Products.

Cleaner Indoor Air Pamphlets: Creating a Fragrance Free Zone / Why Go Fragrance Free?

Cleaner Indoor Air Posters: Medical, Business, Churches and Personal Posters.

Cleaner Indoor Air Information on Studies: Chemicals in Personal Care Products, Prevalence of MCS, Asthma, Allergies and more.

Cleaner Indoor Air Audio: Radio Interview with Dr. Anne Steinnemann by Lynn Argent of Living in a Chemical Soup.


Air Fresheners (Chemicals) by Anne C. Steinemann, PhD

Airborne Fragrance Exposure Concentrations From a Plug-In Air Freshener

Analysis of Perfumes and Their Effect on Indoor Air Pollution

Avoidable Exposures from the Cancer Prevention Coalition

AQMD Aids Successful Transition to Non Toxic Dry Cleaning

Beware of the Terms Fragrance Free and Unscented

Cleaning Products & Processes: Partnering for Healthier Indoor Environments

Common Chemical Indoor Air Pollutants (Building Materials)

Cosmetics and Personal-Care Products: Avoiding Bodily Harm

The Dirty Truth About Plastic

Dryer Vents: An Overlooked Source of Pollution?

Facts About Benzene (found in many cleaners and fragrances- linked to leukemia)

Fragrance Tidbits Information Sheet

Get A Whiff of This: Perfumes (fragrances) — the Invisible Chemical Poisons. Book By Connie Pitts

Guidelines on the Use of Perfumes and Scented Products (University of Toronto – Environmental Health and Safety)

Hazardous Ingredients in Household Products by the Cancer Prevention Coalition

How to Select an Environmentally Friendly Laundry Detergent

Highly toxic chemicals are found in laundry detergents, dryer sheets, deodorants, perfumes, soaps and other household products

If You Build it Green, They Will Come

Indoor Air Quality and Sick Building Syndrome: Basic Facts

Interview with Dr. Anne Steinemann by Lynn Argent of Living in a Chemical Soup

The Invisible Chemical Poisons

Identification of Polar Volatile Organic Compounds in Consumer Products and Common Microenvironments

Indoor Air Quality Hazards of New Cars

Is Your Home or Business Making People Sick? Creating an Environment Without Perfumes and Fragrances

Joining Hands Across the Globe (how to advocate)

Laundry Products (chemicals) by Anne C. Steinemann

The Most Common Chemicals Found in Thirty-One Fragrance Products by a 1991 EPA Study by Julia Kendall

New Initiatives in Personal Care Product Safety

The Non Toxic Times Newsletter

Open Letter to World Leaders

Personal Care Products: Perfume, Hairspray, Deodorant, Aftershave, etc. – Chemicals in personal care products.

Popular air fresheners found to contain toxic chemical

Radio Interview with Environmental Engineer and Researcher – Chemicals in everyday products.

Scientists Urge Secretary of Labor to Protect Workers from Diacetyl (chemical in butter flavoring for popcorn)

Sources of Indoor Air Pollution – Organic Gases (Volatile Organic Compounds – VOCs)

Study Finds Worrisome Chemicals in Wide Range of Consumer Products

Study Reveals Unlisted Chemicals in Consumer Products – Anne C. Steinemann

Sources of Asbestos Exposure

Synthetic Fragrance and Health by Peggy Wolff

Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene) (toxic chemical used in dry cleaning)

Why Go Fragrance Free? Millions Report Adverse Reactions to Perfumes and Fragrances

Top 20 Indoor Chemical Pollutants (building materials)

Toxic at Any Speed (new car smell)

Toxic chemicals found in common scented laundry products, air fresheners

The Toxic Danger of Fabric Softener and Dryer Sheets

The Toxic Dangers of Typical Laundry Detergent

Ugly Side of Pretty – Article by Rebecca Ephraim, RD, CCN

VOC’s: A Major Contributor to Indoor Air Pollution

Warning: many dryer sheets contain cancer causing chemicals