Chemicals, from water treatment systems to pesticides, could help you fight cancer and help your body repair itself, according to a new report from The Chemical Guys.
The company, which sells all manner of consumer products, including household cleaning products and food, is currently testing chemical-free products, but has already been exploring its future.
In its latest annual report, the company said it plans to release more than 10 million free chemicals through its products in 2017, with more than 100 products already in use by customers.
Its report is part of a push to bring more of the company’s products to market, said John Mihalec, executive director of the nonprofit Environmental Defense Fund.
“We’re trying to get to where we’re going to have a big impact on the health of our environment, but we’re also trying to save lives,” he said.
Chemical Guys said it will be offering free, “zero-risk” cleaning products to customers, but will also offer free and “risk-free” alternatives.
Its products can be used for cleaning, laundry, air conditioning, cleaning foods, cleaning electronics and other household chores.
The products include soap, shampoo, conditioner, conditioners and detergents, as well as hair-care products, body lotions, body scrubs and lotions.
Some of its products are not currently available in stores, but it will likely begin to offer them through a partnership with other retailers and health care facilities.
MihalEC said the company plans to use its platform to educate customers about the chemicals in its products and the potential risks.
“I think it’s a good opportunity to get the word out, to let people know the risks of chemicals, the potential side effects and the benefits of these products,” he added.
The Chemical Guys report is the latest in a long line of industry studies looking at the safety of chemicals.
Last year, the U.S. government released its first ever study of the safety and effectiveness of the chemical dioxin in human breast milk.
In 2012, the National Institutes of Health reported that exposure to certain kinds of PCBs, known to cause cancer, can lead to increased cancer rates.
And in 2012, scientists found that exposure of the skin to BPA, a chemical used in plastics, can be linked to an increased risk of developing skin cancer.
The latest report comes after The Chemical Brothers reported that it had sold more than 1 million free, zero-risk chemicals in the past year.
The chemical company said its products, from products like soap, hair care products and cleaning products, to laundry and air conditioning services, will help you save lives.