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There are other great organizations (many collaborating with HBN) working on healthy materials issues. The list below includes some additional resources that may be useful in your quest for healthier building products. If you are using tools and resources that did not make this list, please share them with us so that we can include them. If you have comments about these resources, good or bad, please let us know that too!

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Chemical Hazards Alternatives Toolbox ChemHAT, the Chemical Hazard and Alternatives Toolbox, is a new internet database designed to offer up easy to use information that we can use to protect ourselves, our families and our co-workers against the harm that chemicals can cause. Website
Blue Green Alliance, Product Database This energy efficient housing products and materials supply chain database is designed to better inform and assist the industry in selecting housing products and materials for retrofit of multifamily residential buildings. Website
Building Green Designer Pages Designer Pages Pro is an online software subscription service that helps designers select materials from a database. Website
Environmental Working Group The Environmental Working Group’s mission is to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. Website
Healthy Affordable Materials Project The Healthy Affordable Materials Project seeks to improve the lives and health of affordable housing residents by reducing the use of toxic materials in building products. Website
UCSF Provides resources to help your family reduce their environmental exposures. Website
Mind Disrupted Discusses how toxic chemicals may change how we think and who we are. From "The Learning and Developmental Disabilities Initiative". Website
Parsons School of Design Healthy Materials Lab The Healthy Materials Lab formed to build healthier lives for all people through the dramatic reduction of toxins in the building industry. Website
Perkins + Will Precautionary List The Precautionary List includes substances commonly found in the built environment that have been classified by regulatory entities as being harmful to the health of humans and/or the environment. Website
Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health About Us Learn about CCCEH Investigators and Staff © Streetfly Studio Photography The Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health (the Center) conducts community-based research in the United States and overseas to study the health effects of pren Website
Mt. Sinai Children’s Environmental Health Center The Children’s Environmental Health Center, conducts groundbreaking research to identify the environmental causes of childhood disease. They translate findings into solutions that protect children’s health using research to educate families and change pu Website
Healthy Baby Bright Futures Healthy Babies Bright Futures works to reduce babies’ exposure to a number of toxic chemicals that have negative effects on babies’ brain development. Website
Environmental Justice for All EJ4All.org is a communication hub for the Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform (EJHA). Website
Safer Chemicals Healthy Families Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families is a national effort to protect families from toxic chemicals. Website
Oregon Environmental Council Oregon Environmental Council advances innovative, collaborative and equitable solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges for today and future generations. Website
Washington Toxics Coalition Website
SmithGroup JJR Living Building Challenge Materials Spreadsheet Brock Environmental Center, Materials Tracking Spreadsheet Nov, 2015 Website
Sustainable Minds Transparency Catalog A recently launched free online resource for finding products with different types of transparent disclosures to help meet green certifications. Website
Made Safe MADE SAFE is a nontoxic certification program that applies widely to products from baby to personal care to household and beyond. We ensure that items we use every day are made with ingredients that aren’t known or suspected to cause human harm. Website
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