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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Abstract: Users can search this website for an evaluation of labels on food, wood, personal care products, and household cleaners. Users search by product, category, or certification, and can easily compare labels on products.
EPA's Greener Products Website
Abstract: The EPA Greener Products portal is designed to help the user navigate the increasingly important and complex world of greener products. It allows users to search for EPA programs related to greener products based on the type of user and their specific product interests. It also links to additional greener products information from EPA and other sources.
Source: US EPA
Pumped Up about Cleaner Fuel
Abstract: This article discusses the possilbities of bringing bio-disel, which is widely used commercially, into the consumer market.
Source: Seattle Post