A recent document published by the Centre for Sustainable healthcare highlights 5 ways dentistry can be called sustainable: travel, equipment and supplies, energy, waste and biodiversity/green spaces. ‘Equipment & suppliers’ section cites ‘reducing toxic usage’: CHL’s disinfectant range show the highest levels of toxic safety in all tests used by European Regulations (Article 95), including non-cytotoxic, non-mutagenic, no reproductive toxicity, no bioaccumulation, no damage to eyes and skin, no harm to aquatic life amongst many other tests- even in concentrate. All of this info can be found on your SDS (safety data sheet).

Further reading:

  1. Sustainable Dentistry- how to guide- Centre for Sustainable Healthcare