Toxin Lists

Lists can be very long but are searchable, fun to explore and eye opening. These lists are evidence based from peer reviewed literature and government datasets. These are the substances we have so far. Some have KNOWN toxic attributes while others are substances that are yet to be defined. There are more - but this is what we know so far. Each item in a list takes you to the connected profile. Learning happens as you move around and explore.

Human Carcinogens

It took us weeks to get this list together. There are bound to be more, but these substances at this point we KNOW for sure - cause cancer in Humans
Toxins with Carcinogenic Properties

These substances are also best to stay away from. Animals definitely don't like them.

Chemicals associated with CSG - Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking) operations
The most nasty substances are at the start. It is important to note that these substances have not been randomly found on numerous sites on the internet. This list is compiled from government websites and peer reviewed literature like, the EPA in the US, APPEA - the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association, Fracfocus - an organisation that houses voluntary disclosure reports submitted by oil and gas drilling operators about the chemicals they used in hydraulic fracturing operations across the United States and the US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND COMMERCE

Chemicals found in Air near CSG Operations
Amoung the other REALLY nasty volatile compounds, it looks like Methane, particularly in rural Queensland, Australia, is an emerging problem.
CSG chemical group called the BTEX chemicals
Mainly Benzene(B), Toluene(T), Ethylbenzene(E) and Xylene(X). All nasty. Very nasty.

Chemicals detected in flowback and produced water - collectively referred to as - hydraulic fracturing wastewater
From EPA in USA 2005-2011 - Study of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources PROGRESS REPORT - December 2012 - US Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Washington, DC

This data includes chemicals reported to be used in hydraulic fracturing fluids and chemicals detected in flowback and produced water. Sources of information include federal and state government documents, industry­provided data, and other reliable sources based on the availability of clear scientific methodology and verifiable original sources.

Pesticides used and approved in - Australia
APVMA - Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority - detirmines which pesticides are allowed to be used in Australia.

The APVMA is the Australian government statutory authority responsible for the assessment and registration of pesticides and veterinary medicines, and for their regulation up to and including the point of retail sale. It sits within the portfolio of the Minister for Agriculture.

Pesticides that have MRLs set and are tested for on foods in - Australia
FSANZ - Food Standards Australia New Zealand February 2015

The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) sets Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for agricultural and veterinary chemicals in Australia. These MRLs are set at levels that pose no risk to human health and are not likely to be exceeded if used in accordance with directions on the label.

If the Australian Government is testing for these chemicals on food, then at some point some of these chamicals end up on food - even if at very small or even undetectable amounts.

Exposure Route Lists

This is a List of our current Exposure Routes

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