Acute Health Effects:
Human Health Effects or Risks from Exposure:
Adverse effects on human health are not expected from Simple Green�, based upon twenty years of use without reported adverse health incidence in diverse population groups, including extensive use by inmates of U.S. Federal prisons in cleaning operations.
Simple Green� is a mild eye irritant; mucous membranes may become irritated by concentrate-mist.
Simple Green� is not likely to irritate the skin in the majority of users. Repeated daily application to the skin without rinsing, or continuous contact of Simple Green� on the skin may lead to temporary, but reversible, irritation.

Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: No aggravation of existing medical conditions is expected; dermal sensitive users may react to dermal contact by Simple Green�.
Chronic Health Effects:
No information provided.
None of the ingredients are regulated or listed as cancer agents by Federal OSHA, NTP, or IARC.
First Aid:
Eye contact: Reddening may develop. Immediately rinse the eye with large quantities of cool water; continue 10-15 minutes or until the material has been removed; be sure to remove contact lenses, if present, and to lift upper and lower lids during rinsing. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Skin contact: Minimal effects, if any; rinse skin with water, rinse shoes and launder clothing before reuse. Reversible reddening may occur in some dermal-sensitive users; thoroughly rinse area and get medical attention if reaction persists.
Swallowing: Essentially non-toxic. Give several glasses of water to dilute; do not induce vomiting. If stomach upset occurs, consult physician.
Inhalation: Non-toxic. Exposures to concentrate-mist may cause mild irritation of nasal passages or throat; remove to fresh air. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Health Rating:
Flammability Rating:
Reactivity Rating:
0 = Minimal
1 = Slight
2 = Moderate
3 = Serious
4 = Severe
N = No information provided by manufacturer
The addition of an asterisk (*) after the number indicates that exposure to chemicals in the specific brand could also pose a chronic hazard (such as emphysema or kidney damage).

CAS No / Unique ID
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The only ingredient of Simple Green® with established exposure limits is undiluted 2-butoxyethanol (<6%) (Butyl Cellosolve;
CAS No. 111-76-2): the OSHA PEL and ACGIH TLV is 25 ppm (skin). Note, however, that Butyl Cellosolve is only one of the
raw material ingredients that undergo processing and dilution during the manufacture of Simple Green®. Upon completion of
the manufacturing process, Simple Green® does not possess the occupational health risks associated with exposure to
undiluted Butyl Cellosolve. Verification of this is contained in the independent test results detailed under “Toxicological
Information” on Page 3 of this MSDS.
The Butyl Cellosolve in Simple Green® is part of a chemical category (glycol ethers) regulated by the Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act (SARA, Title III, section 313); therefore, a reporting requirement exists. Based upon chemical
analysis, Simple Green® contains no known EPA priority pollutants, heavy metals, or chemicals listed under RCRA, CERCLA,
or CWA. Analysis by TCLP (Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure) according to RCRA revealed no toxic organic or
inorganic constituents.
All components of Simple Green® are listed on the TSCA Chemical Substance Inventory.simple green all-purpose cleaner ingredients

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edited by: Kayla Good Friday January, 29, 2010