EPA/600/B-18/328
The Human Exposure Model (HEM)
HEM
User Guide
August 2018
Prepared by: Kathie Dionisio1and ICF Staff
1US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Exposure Research
Laboratory

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments and Disclaimer	ii
1.	Overview	3
2.	Installation and Running HEM	4
3.	RPGen Module	5
3.1	Overview	5
3.2	Organization of RPGen code and files	6
3.3	RunningRPGen	6
3.4	Input options for control file	7
3.5	Output	8
4.	Product Use Scheduler Module	8
4.1	Overview	8
4.2	Organization of Product Use Scheduler code and files	9
4.3	Runningthe Product Use Scheduler	10
4.4	Output	11
5.	Source-to-dose Module	11
5.1	Overview	11
5.2	Organization of Source-to-dose code and files	11
5.3	Running Source-to-dose	13
5.4	Input options for control file	13
5.5	Output	15
Appendices 16
Appendix A: FIPS and Region Codes for RPGen control file	16
Appendix B: Data dictionary for RPGen output variables	18
Appendix C: Data dictionary for Product Use Scheduler output variables	23
Appendix D: Product use category ID codes, along with description, for use in the Source-to-dose
control file	24
Appendix E: Data dictionary for daily dose output variables from Source-to-dose module	37
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Acknowledgments and Disclaimer
The United States Environmental Protection Agency through its Office of Research and Development
funded and collaborated in the research and development of this software. This model and its default
data are currently under development; this material has been distributed for evaluation purposes only,
The model has not been cleared by the United States Environmental Protection Agency for general
distribution. While example input data have been provided as an example, it is up to the user to verify
appropriate input data are being used for a given application. This manual is draft documentation and
has not been cleared for publication.
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1. Overview
The Human Exposure Model (HEM) was developed to assess product-specific near-field exposures to
chemicals that occur in consumer products. The model is implemented as a modular system that will
produce estimates of population distributions of chemical exposure (dose) by route, and releases to the
environment. The model determines longitudinal (daily doses over a period of one year) aggregate
doses for more than 1,000 chemicals from the use of over 300 categories of consumer products. At this
time, the model is limited to consumer product formulations, e.g. shampoo, surface cleaner spray, etc.,
and excludes articles such as couches or mattresses.
To develop a model to assess exposure to chemicals in consumer products, five key components are
required:
1.	A simulated population (together with demographic information, and characteristics of their
family members and home)
2.	Behavior diaries, indicating how individuals in the simulated population spend their time,
including which consumer products they use
3.	Data on the chemical composition (including quantitative weight fraction) of the consumer
products used by the population
4.	'Habits and Practices' parameters defining how the simulated population uses the consumer
products (e.g. frequency of use, duration of use, mass used, etc.)
5.	Algorithms to calculate exposure (or dose, in mg chemical/kg body weight/day) based on the
above.
The above components have been developed as semi-independent modules, which, when run together,
complete the HEM model as a whole. The model is coded in R, and currently consists of three main
modules (a residence and population generator, a product scheduler, and a source-to-dose calculator).
The three main modules take in a number of input data sets described herein.
It is important to note that random number control across modules is impractical, however random
number control has been implemented within each module. Each time a user runs an HEM module, the
control file which includes information on the input files used, the run parameters, and the random
number seed should be saved. A new run of any given module using the same control file should
product identical results.
All model code, along with default input files when available, are posted on GitHub (see specific URLs
within each section below). Materials posted on GitHub can be viewed directly at the URLs provided,
and each repository can be downloaded as a .zip file. However, we recommend cloning each GitHub
repository locally, after which input files can be edited in local directories and modules run seamlessly
using RStudio. Many helpful tutorials can be found online describing how to use GitHub with RStudio.
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2. installation and Running HEM
This section is a brief guide to installing and running HEM, a model to estimate longitudinal population
distributions of near-field exposure to chemicals found in consumer product formulations. To run HEM,
the user must have R installed on their computer. R is freely available. Optionally, the user may use R
Studio as an interface; this may also be obtained for free.
The HEM model currently consists of three semi-independent modules, as shown in Figure 1. To run the
complete HEM model, users first run the RPGen residence and person generator (Module 1), to
generate a simulated population of interest. This internal data file is used as input to the Product Use
Scheduler (Module 2). Output from both the RPGen and Product Use Scheduler modules are used as
input to Module 3, the Source-to-dose module. In the following sections, specific instructions for
running each of the modules, along with required input files for each, are discussed.

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Figure 1: Overview of HEM model
HEM is programmed in the open source R language. Each module of the code is dependent on various
standard R packages, available on CRAN. Users should install the packages prior to running model code.
Dependent packages for each module are listed below.
RPGen module
	data.table
	stringr
	ply
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	dplyr
	dtplyr
	ggplot2
	Rmpfr
	httk
	msm
	truncnorm
	survey
Additionally, the EPA developed R package httkpop is provided along with model code, and must be
installed and loaded in R from a local directory prior to running RPGen. This can be achieved by running
the following command in an R command window:
install.packages("M:/Pathtopackage/httkpop_0.0,5.9000.tar.gz", repos=NULL, type="source")
Product Use Scheduler module
	dplyr
	foreach
	doParallel
Source-to-dose module
	data.table
	stringr
	plyr
	dplyr
	dtplyr
	ggplot2
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rview
The RPGen module randomly samples demographic data from the Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS)
data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, and housing data from the American
Housing Survey (AHS) and the Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS). The dataset generated
links demographic characteristics of each individual to characteristics of their home, including location
(defined as region of the country), household income, house type, and household composition. The
RPGen output is subsequently used as input for the Product Use Scheduler and Source-to-dose modules.
The RPGen module code, along with default input files, are available at:
https://github.com/HumanExposure/PopulationHousingGenerator. The hempums.csv input file is
posted and available as a download at ftp://newftp.epa.gov/exposure/HEM due to its size.
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3.2 Organization of RPGen cod files
The following file structure is required for RPGen (where ... is the working directory):
	. . ./RPGen/
	. . ,/RPGen/input/
	. . ,/RPGen/output/
Location of 4 .R source files
Location of required input CSV and TXT files
Location where output files are written; folder created
automatically when running RPGen
Additionally, runl.txt and run2.txt are provided as sample control files. In a typical model run, these files
would be generated by the user, and would specify the user's desired input parameters. The TXT control
file must be located within the /RPGen/input/ folder.
The code subroutines are included in 4 source files:
	HEMcontrol.R
The R script that contains the control file for RPGen. Users will need to edit the working
directory only.
	HEMhousing.R
An R script Housing Generator that merges the condensed versions of the RECS and AHS
databases to describe the housing in which the generated population resides.
	HEMpopgen.R
An R script Population Generator that merges the condensed versions of the RECS, AHS, and
PUMS databases to randomly generate and describe a population.
	httkpop2.R
An R script high throughput toxicokinetic population generator, which assigns information
relevant to toxicokinetics to the population generated by the Population Generator.
Required input files for the RPGen module are listed below. These are provided along with the model
code.
	HEMahs.csv
A condensed version of the AHS database. Do not modify.
	hempums.csv
A condensed version of the PUMS database. Do not modify.
	HEMrecs.csv
A condensed version of the RECS database. Do not modify.
	states.txt
A list of FIPS code, region of the country, and state name, for each US state
3.3 F g RPGen
User should first set up required file structure defined above, with appropriate input and source files,
and install above dependent R packages. Within the HEMcontrol.R file, users should edit the working
directory (Line 10, variable 'wd') to reflect the working directory specified in the file structure (i.e., . .
./RPGen/).
User will then 'source' each of the R scripts in the R command line, and call the set-up function, using
the following commands (again where ... is the working directory):
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>	source('. . ,/RPGen/HEMcontrol.R')
>	source('. . ,/RPGen/HEMhousing.R')
>	source('. . ,/RPGen/HEMpopgen.R')
>	source('. . ,/RPGen/httkpop2.R')
>	HEM.setup(. . .)
After the above set-up steps are complete, user should create a 'control' file, including the desired
parameters for their model run. The 'runl.txt' and 'run2.txt' files are provided as examples; an example
can also be seen in figure 2.
Options for parameters are detailed below. After creating the control file and saving in the
/RPGen/input/ folder, user can run the following command at the R command line:
> HEM.run('runl.txt')
When the run is complete, user will be able to access the saved output files in the /RPGen/output folder.
it options for control file
In the control file detailed in section 3.3 (and Figure 2), multiple options are available to the user,
detailed below.
	run.name
The run.name can be specified to any unique name the user desires to use. Note that RPGen will
automatically generate a folder with the name 'run.name' within the /RPGen/output/ folder, to
store module output.
	num.persons
User may specify any number of people to simulate; must be an integer value.
	min.age
Minimum age of individuals in the simulated population; must be an integer > 0
	max.age
Maximum age of individuals in the simulated population; must be an integer < 99
	gender
M = male, F = female
	ethnicity
N = non-hispanic, M = Mexican-American, O = other-Hispanic
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run.name
num.persons
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gender
ethni ci ty
race
run.seed
states
value
= test
= 1000
= 0
= 99
= FM
= NMO
= WBNAPO
= 876144637
Figure 2. Example control file for RPGen
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	race
W = White, B = African American, N = Native American, A = Asian American, P = Pacific Islander,
O = Other/mixed
	run.seed
Random number seed used to initiate run. Users may replicate previous runs by using the exact
input parameters, including the run.seed. Value must be an integer from 1 to 2147483646.
	states
If this parameter is left blank, all states/regions will be included in the model run. Alternatively,
the user can specify FIPS codes (for states) or Region codes to run the model for a specific
geographic area. FIPS codes should be entered as two digit codes separated by a single space,
Region codes should be entered as single digit codes separated by a single space. FIPS and
Region codes are provided in Appendix A.
The gender, ethnicity, and race parameters may take on multiple letter codes (as in Figure 2), however
options should not include spaces.
3.5 Output
When the run is complete, user will be able to access the saved output files in the
/RPGen/output/run.name folder. The RPGen module outputs two files potentially of interest to the user,
'pop.csv' and 'pophouse.csv.' In both files, each row corresponds to a particular individual in the
simulated population. The pop.csv file contains demographic and physiologic variables, while the
pophouse.csv file contains the demographic, physiologic, and housing related variables. A data
dictionary detailing all variables output in the pop.csv and pophouse.csv files is provided in Appendix B.
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4.1 Overview
The Product Use Scheduler module provides schedules of consumer product use based on behavior
diaries defining general behaviors (eating, sleeping, working, commuting, and 'idle' time) for different
demographic groups. Product usage is defined for each member of a household, for 364 days (four
seasons consisting of 13 weeks each), such that bystander exposure (exposure to a product which you
are not the user of) can be taken into account. The Product Use Scheduler takes as input the
pophouse.csv file output from the RPGen module, in addition to other required input files. Diaries of
product usage output from the Product Use Scheduler are provided as input to the Source-to-dose
module.
The Product Use Scheduler module code, along with default input files, are available at:
https://github.com/HumanExposure/ProductUseScheduler.
Notes: Throughout this manual, 'product' and 'product category' may be used interchangeably. Note
that any use of the term 'product' does not refer to the specific formulation of a product, rather
'product' and 'product category' are used interchangeably to refer to the use of a generic product type
(e.g. toothpaste, surface cleaner) by an individual.
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4.2 Organization of Product Use Scheduler code files
The following file structure (case-sensitive) is required for the Product Use Scheduler module (where . . .
is the working directory):
	. . ./ProdSched/CODE/	Location of .R source files detailed below
	. . ./ProdSched/INPUTS/	Location of required input files detailed below
	. . ./ProdSched/OUTPUTS/ Location where output files are written
The code subroutines are included in the following source files:
	AAD.R
Disaggregates activities that occur multiple times in succession within an idle time block.
	ABM_Main.R
The main product use schedule control file, which calls and logically integrates the various
subroutines, and generates and directs program output within the module. Users will typically
interact with this script only.
	ABS.R
Loads input files, and necessary R libraries.
	CAA.R
Aggregates activities that occur in a cluster and computes cluster frequencies and durations.
	CAD.R
Disaggregates activities that occur in a cluster.
	CPS.R
Samples and assigns communal product use according to family labor division rules for products
which satisfy communal needs.
	CSF.R
A utility function called by one or more of the subroutines that ensures cluster composition is
determined dynamically for consistency with the individual use frequencies of the cluster
components.
	HCP.R
Expands the pophouse.csv input file to create one input row containing characteristics of each
household member.
	HUP.R
Uses household-level information to filter product-categories to determine each household's
universe of possible product usage (based on 'Full_ENT.csv/ defining 'ever/never' rules for use).
	IIT.R
For a specific product category/cluster activity, identifies idle time slots in the individual's
behavior diary to accommodate the activity over the full year, considering seasonality as
appropriate.
	INACT.R
Expands individual behavior diaries by inserting activities into idle time slots.
	ISP.R
Uses probabilistic sampling to determine the list of product categories each individual interacts
with, as well as each product categories associated frequency, duration, and mass parameters.
	IUP.R
Uses individual-level information to filter product categories to determine each individual's
universe of product category use.
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	RID.R
Randomly selects and pulls an appropriate behavior diary for each individual.
	UPG.R
A utility function called by one or more of the subroutines which creates a user profile of
product categories the user interacts with based on probabilistic sampling of mass, duration,
frequency, and prevalence for each product category.
Required input files for the Product Use Scheduler module are listed below. With the exception of
pophouse.csv, default versions of each of these files are provided along with the model code.
	activity_diary_pool.rds
This file contains sample behavior diaries for different demographic groups (working adults, non-
working adults, school-aged children, and pre-school aged children). Files were generated from a
related research effort [Brandon et al. 2017, Submitted, 'Simulating Exposure-Related Behaviors
Using Agent-Based Models Embedded with Needs-Based Artificial Intelligence', JESEE],
	FullENT.csv
This file contains binary data defining if a product category will potentially 'ever' or 'never' be
used by an individual or household, based on specific characteristics related to product usage,
season, and characteristics of the individual/household (e.g. homes that do not have a pool will
'never' use pool chemicals; pool chemicals are 'never' used in the winter). The file also includes an
indicator of product categories which are not currently considered in HEM model outputs.
	pophouse.csv
Demographic and household characteristics for each individual in the simulated population. This
file is output from the RPGen module.
	PUC_use_data.csv
This file contains detailed descriptions of each product category covered in the current scope of
the HEM model. Information included are: the unique product use category (PUC) ID (used when
identifying the PUC(s) of interest in the control file when running the full HEM model), a
description of the PUC, and variables identifying if the PUC satisfies personal or communal needs
("personal_communal"), PUC involves activities performed indoors or outdoors
("indoor_outdoor;" indicating the environment in which the associated consumer products will be
used), and the cluster the PUC belongs to ("cluster;" if the PUC is a member of a cluster). The file
also contains habits and practices parameters (i.e., consumer use patterns) for each PUC, including
data on prevalence of use by product category (columns "Prev_M", "Prev_F", and "Prev_child" for
males, females, and children respectively), frequency of use ("Freq" and "Freq_CV"), mass of
product used ("Mass" and "Mass_CV"), duration of handling time ("HT" and "HT_CV"), and
duration of activity time ("AT"). Values are defined by a point value, or a lognormal distribution,
which is specified in the file.
4.3 F g the Product Use Scheduler
User should first set up required file structure defined in section 4.2, with appropriate input and source
files, and install above dependent R packages. Within the ABM_Main.R file, users should run lines
corresponding to the 'ABM_Runner() function (i.e., from line 1 through where the ABM_Main.R file
indicates 'End of ABM_Runner.' This will initialize the core function in the script. User should then run
the Product Use Scheduler for the population generated in the RPGen Module (i.e., using the
pophouse.csv file output from the RPGen Module as the input for the Product Use Scheduler module).
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Due to length of time required for running the Product Use Scheduler, the module is set up to take
advantage of parallel processing.
User must first edit the 'pth_str' variable in ABM_Main.R to set the working directory variable to the
home folder identified above (i.e., . . ./ProdSched/). Further, edit 'housejist' variable in ABM_Main.R to
specify the number of households in the pophouse.csv file (e.g., housejist <-1:1000) - the last number
in the housejist should match the num.persons variable on the control file used for the RPGen run.
Then, run all lines of code in the 'parallel version' section at the bottom of ABM_Main.R.
4.4 Output
When the run is complete, user will be able to access the saved output files in the
/ProdSched/OUTPUTS/ folder. A daily diary over one year of behavior and product use will be saved for
each individual generated in RPGen. Note that each 'individual' represents the primary individual whose
usage is being modeled in the household. Together with each primary individual's behavior and product
use diaries, diaries of the product usage of household members living with the primary individual will
also be noted within the same file. Product Use Scheduler output files are saved as 'Household_n.csv'
where 'n' refers to the 'household index' in the pophouse.csv input file. A data dictionary detailing all
variables output in the Household_n.csv files is provided in Appendix C.
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The Source-to-dose module takes as input the population generated by the RPGen module, product use
diaries generated by the Product Use Scheduler, along with other inputs detailed below. Using this data
and predefined exposure scenarios, the module estimates population distributions of exposure to
chemicals in consumer products. The module outputs longitudinal exposures accounting for different
exposure pathways and routes. It operates on an hourly event time step, retaining daily results over one
year.
The Source-to-dose module code, along with default input files, are available at:
https://github.com/HumanExposure/source2dose. The composition input file,
NEW_composition_for_S2D.csv, is available for download at ftp://newftp.epa.gov/exposure/HEM due
to it's size.
5.2 Organization of Source-to-dose code and files
The following file structure is required for Source-to-dose (where ... is the working directory):
. . ./Dose/
. . ./Dose/input/
. . ./Dose/output/ABM/
. . ./Dose/output/RPGen/
. . ./Dose/output/S2D/
Location of main .R source file
Location of required input files (with the exception of
pophouse.csv and Household_n.csv), and control file
Location of Household_n.csv files output from Product
Use Scheduler
Location of pophouse.csv file output from RPGen
Location where output files are written
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Additionally, testS2Dcontrol.txt is provided as a sample control file. In a typical model run, the control
file would be generated by the user, and would specify the user's desired input parameters. The TXT
control file must be located within the /Dose/input/ folder.
The main code for running Source-to-dose is included in one R script, S2D.R.
Required input files for the Source-to-dose module are listed below. These are provided along with the
model code.
	basal_vent.csv
Parameters for estimating basal ventilation rate for individuals based on age and sex (identified in
control file as 'vent.file' variable).
	chemical_properties_new.csv
Chemical properties relevant to calculating fugacity and human exposure (identified in the control
file as 'chem.file' variable).
	Compartment_fractions.csv
Identifies, for each different partitioning group, the parameters which define how the product will
partition after use (identified in the control file as 'compart.file' variable)
	NEW_composition_for_S2D.csv
Formulations for products in each product category, includes weight fractions for each chemical
present in the formulation. This is a summary of formulations present in the CPDat database
(identified in the control file as 'chem.frac.file' variable).
	fugacity.csv
Chemical-independent variables needed for evaluating fugacity equations (identified in the control
file as 'fug.file' variable).
	Household_n.csv
Behavior and product-use diaries for each household, output from the Product Use Scheduler
module, where 'n' identifies the household number.
	pophouse.csv
Demographic and household characteristics for each individual in the simulated population. This
file is output from the RPGen module.
	NEW_PUC_MET.CSV
Associated CHAD activity code and mean value of METS associated with product use, as calculated
by APEX (identified in the control file as 'puc.met.file' variable).
	NEW_PUC_product_codes.csv
Identification of product category unique IDs (needed for control file), description of product
category, and unique codes for the groups to identify how the product will partition after use
(identified in the control file as 'puc.type.file' variable).
	NEW_skinsurfaceareas.csv
Identification of body areas exposed to a product category during use. Fraction of the product
associated with dermal contact on the body area is defined for adults and children. Variability
expected in the amount of dermal exposure the body area will experience is also defined
(identified in control file as 'skin.area.file' variable).
	NEW_PUC_skin_wipe_rinse.csv
Defines fractional partitioning of products on the hand and/or body, and how they are affected by
rinsing or wiping actions (identified in control file as 'removal/file').
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5.3 F g Source-to-dose
User should first set up required file structure defined above, with appropriate input and source files,
and install above dependent R packages. Within the S2D.R file, users should edit line 5 to reflect the
working directory specified in the file structure (i.e., . . ./Dose/).
After the above set-up steps are complete, user should create a 'control' file, saved in . . ./Dose/input/,
which includes the desired parameters for their model run. The 'testS2Dcontrol.txt' file is provided as an
example; an example can also be seen in Figure 3.
chera
"DTX5ID3020596"
puc
"P.PC.020.000"
fug.file
"fugacity.csv"
cheim. file
"c hend c al_prope rt i es_H EM.c sv"
chein.frac.file
"c ompos it i on_for_S2D.csv"
puc.type.file
"PUC_product_codes. csv'"
compart.file
"Compartment_fractions.csv"
puc.met.file
"PUCJIET.csv"
skin.area.file
"PUC_skin_areas.csv"
removal. file
"PUC_skin_wipe_rinse.csv"
vent.file
"basal_vent.csv"
diary.prefix
"Househoid_"
run.name
"aftershave"
first.house
1
last.house
1000
init.seed
23
show.progress
yes
parallel
TO
coup.method
1
Figure 3. Example control file for Source-to-dose
Options for parameters are detailed below.
After saving the control file, user will 'source' the main R script in the R command line, and call the main
function, using the following commands (again where ... is the working directory):
>	source('. . ./Dose/S2D.R')
>	s2d('testS2Dcontrol.txt')
When the run is complete, user will be able to access the saved output files in the /S2D/output folder,
under the sub-folder with the same 'run.name' specified in the control file.
it options for control file
In the control file detailed in section 5.3 (and Figure 3), multiple options are available to the user,
detailed below. When editing the control file, be sure to use spaces and not the tab key to indent the
values associated with each variable. At least one space should be used between the variable name and
the value, though more may be used.
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	chem
List of the chemicals of interest to include in the model run. Chemicals must be identified by
their DTXSID (DTXSID is a unique identifier provided by DSSTox, and available through the
CompTox Chemistry Dashboard: https://comptox.epa.gov/dashboard). Chemicals listed must be
present in the 'chemical_properties_HEM_withfabs.csv' and the 'composition_for_S2D.csv'
input files for a dose to be calculated. Multiple chemicals may be listed in a single control file,
each on their own line, and each preceded by 'chem.' If no 'chem' is listed, doses will be
calculated for all chemicals present in the product category(ies) included in the control file.
	puc
List of product categories of interest to include in the model run. Product categories must be
identified by their associated unique ID code, available in Appendix D, and in the input file
"NEW_PUC_product_codes.csv". Product category must have at least one associated
formulation present in the 'composition_for_S2D.csv' input file for a dose to be calculated. If
product category is identified as not being included in the current HEM version in the
'FullENT.csv' input file for the Product Use Scheduler, no dose will be calculated from use of the
product category. Multiple product category IDs may be listed in a single control file, each on
their own line, and each preceded by 'puc.' If no 'puc' is listed, doses will be calculated across all
product categories which contain the chemical(s) included in the control file.
	Default input files
Thefug.file, chem.file, chem.frac.file, puc.type.file, compart.file, puc.met.file, skin.area.file,
removal.file, and vent.file variables all identify the required input files for running the Source-to-
dose module. Users may modify the input files if files are maintained in the same format. Users
should ensure that the file names listed in the control file exactly match the file names present
in the . . ./Dose/input/ folder.
	diary.prefix
This value should match the prefix of the household behavior and product use diaries output
from the Product Use Scheduler.
	run.name
The run.name can be specified to any unique name the user desires to use. Note that the Source
to Dose module will automatically generate a folder with the name 'run.name' within the . .
./Dose/output/ folder, to store module output. If a run name is used twice under the same file
path, previously saved files will be written over.
	first.house
The numeric identifier of the first household in the set of households you wish to run. Typically
this will be 1 if user is evaluating a full set of 1 - n households. However, this parameter allows
the user to start on a different household if, for example, a run is interrupted. Must be an
integer value >1.
	last.house
The numeric identifier of the last household in the set of households you wish to run. Must be
an integer value > 1.
	init.seed
Seed to initiate the random number generator. If a run includes the same chemical and product
category list, with the same seed, results will be exactly replicated.
	show.progress
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A yes/no indicator to view additional progress related messages on the R console, as the
program is running. Allows the user to track progress of the run (e.g. which household the code
is currently on).
	parallel
A yes/no indicator for the user to specify if they would like to take advantage of parallel
computing power.
	comp.method
Variable can take on a value of 0 or 1. Value of 0 indicates the module will only assign to the
users of the product category of interest formulations which contain the chemical(s) of interest.
Value of 1 indicates the module will randomly draw from all formulations for a product category
when assigning formulations to a particular product user; formulations assigned may or may not
include the chemical(s) of interest.
5.5 Output
When the run is complete, user will be able to access the saved output files in the . .
./Dose/output/S2D/run.name/ folder. The Source-to-dose module saves a daily dose file for each
household in the . . ./Dose/output/S2D/run.name/Daily/ folder. Files are named in the following format:
'S2D_daily_n.csv', where 'n' is the household number. When all doses returned for a household are
zero, a file is not saved for the household. A data dictionary detailing all variables output in the daily
dose files is provided in Appendix E.
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Appendices
Appendix A:	gion Codes for RPGen control file
FIPS code
Region code
State name
01
3
Alabama
02
4
Alaska
04
4
Arizona
05
3
Arkansas
06
4
California
08
4
Colorado
09
1
Connecticut
10
3
Delaware
11
3
District of Columbia
12
3
Florida
13
3
Georgia
15
4
Hawaii
16
4
Idaho
17
2
Illinois
18
2
Indiana
19
2
Iowa
20
2
Kansas
21
3
Kentucky
22
3
Louisiana
23
1
Maine
24
3
Maryland
25
1
Massachusetts
26
2
Michigan
27
2
Minnesota
28
3
Mississippi
29
2
Missouri
30
4
Montana
31
2
Nebraska
32
4
Nevada
33
1
New Hampshire
34
1
New Jersey
35
4
New Mexico
36
1
New York
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37
3
North Carolina
38
2
North Dakota
39
2
Ohio
40
3
Oklahoma
41
4
Oregon
42
1
Pennsylvania
44
1
Rhode Island
45
3
South Carolina
46
2
South Dakota
47
3
Tennessee
48
3
Texas
49
4
Utah
50
1
Vermont
51
3
Virginia
53
4
Washington
54
3
West Virginia
55
2
Wisconsin
56
4
Wyoming
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Appendix B: Data dictionary for RPGen output variables
Variable Name
Description
Population Variables from PUMS"
gender
gender of selected person (primary individual); Male or Female
reth
ethnic group (httkpop categories)
compid
7-digit code; first two digits = state FIPS, last 5 digits = 2010 PUMA
recno
PUMS record number
race
W=White, B=Black, N=Native American, A=Asian, P=Pacific Islander, 0=0ther, M=Multiple
ethnicity
M=Mexican hispanic, 0=other hispanic, N=not hispanic
age_years
age in full years, rounded down (range= 0 to 96)
pwgtp
statistical sampling weight
pool
combination of database matching variables family type, house type, income, census region, and urban/rural (range 1-288)
income
annual household income
ages
40-character string, each pair is age of one household member (range 00-96)
genders
20-character string, each is M or F
state
2-digit FIPS code for one of the 50 states or DC (range 01=Alabama to 56=Wyoming)
Housing Variables from RECS"
afuel
fuel used for air conditioning; 1-electricity, 2=gas or propane, 3=other, -6=NA
baths
number of full bathrooms; 0-10 (capped at ten), -6=NA
bedrms
number of bedrooms; 0-10 (capped at ten), -6=NA
built
year house was built; each year for 1990+, rounded down to 5x for 1970-1989, rounded down to lOx for 1920-1969, earlier=1919
cars
number of cars; 0-5 (capped at 5), -6=NA
cellar
type of basement; l=full basement, 2=partial basement, 3=crawl space, 4=slab, 5=other, -6=NA
hequip
main heating equipment; l=forced air furnace, 2=steam radiators, 3=heat pump, 4=electric baseboard, 5-14=others
lot
square footage of lot; range is 200 - 999,997 square feet (almost 22 acres)
pwt
statistical weight within AHS; used for random selection
rooms
number of rooms; 1-21 (capped at 21)
sewdis
type of sewage disposal; l=septic tank, 2=chemical toilet, 3=outhouse, 4=other, 5=none, -6=municipal system
unitsf
square footage of house (excl. garage, unfinished areas); 99-99998 (minimum allowed=99, capped at 99,998)
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Variable Name
Description
water
source of water (for washing and bathing); l=water system, 2=well, 3=spring, 4=cistern, 5=stream or lake, 6=bottled, 7=other
waterd
source of drinking water; l=water system, 2=well, 3=spring, 4=cistern, 5=stream or lake, 6=bottled, 7=other
control
record number from full 2013 AHS database
Housing Variables from AHS"
doeid
record number from 2009 RECS database
nweight
sampling weight
hdd30yr
average annual heating degree days; range 0 -13346
cdd30yr
average annual cooling degree days; range 0 - 5357
kownrent
own or rent house; l=owned, 2=rented, 3 = stay without rent
condcoop
part of condo or coop; l=condominium, 2=cooperative, -2=NA
naptflrs
number of floors in apartment; range 1-4, -2 = not an apartment
stories
number of stories in single-family home; 10=one, 20=two, 31=three, 32=4+, 40=split-level, 50=other, -2=not a single family home
stoven
number of oven-cooktop combinations; range 0-10
stovenfuel
fuel used for stove; l=gas, 2=propane, 5=electric, 21=other
stove
number of cooktops (not combined with ovens); range 1-10
stovefuel
fuel used for cooktop; l=gas, 2=propane, 5=electric, 21=other
oven
number of ovens (not combined with cooktops); range 0-10
ovenfuel
fuel used for oven; l=gas, 2=propane, 5=electric, 21=other
ovenuse
frequency of oven use; 0=not used, 1=3+ per day, 2=twice per day, 3=once per day, 4 = few times per week, 5=l/week, 6=less
outgrill
outdoor grill used; 0=no, l=yes
dishwash
dishwasher used in home; 0=no, l=yes
cwasher
clothes washer used in home; 0=no, l=yes
washload
frequency clothes washer used; l=l/week or less, 2=2-4 per week, 3=5-9 per week, 4=10-15 per week, 5= 16+ per week
dryer
clothes dryer used in home; 0=no, l=yes
dryruse
frequency clothes dryer used; l=every time clothes washed, 2=sometimes when clothes washed, 3=rarely, -2=NA
tvcolor
number of televisions used in home; range 0-15
computer
computer used at home; 0=no, l=yes
numpc
number of computers; range 0-15
pcprint
number of printers used at home; range 0-9, -2=NA
moisture
humidifier used at home; 0=no, l=yes
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Variable Name
Description
prkgplcl
have an attached garage; 0=no, l=yes
prkgplc2
have a detached garage or carport; 0=no, l=yes
cooltype
type of air conditioning system; l=central, 2=window/wall, 3=both, -2=none
tempniteac
temperature setting at night (in warm weather); range 45-96, -2=no AC
numberac
number of window/wall AC units; range 1-15, -2=NA
numcfan
number of ceiling fans used; range 0-15
notmoist
dehumidifier used at home; 0=no, l=yes
highceil
high ceilings in home; 0=no, l=yes
windows
number of windows in heated areas of home; 0=none, 10=1-2, 20=3-5, 30=6-9, 41=10-15, 42=16-19, 50=20-29, 60=30+
adqinsul
level of insulation; l=well insulated, 2=adequate, 3=poor, 4=none
drafty
home drafty in winter; l=always, 2=mostly, 3=sometimes, 4=never
swim
swimming pool or hot tub; 0=none, l=hot tub only, 2=pool only, 3=both
Physiological Variables from HTTKPop
meanjogh
mean of log(height) for this age-gender group
meanjogbw
mean of log(body weight) for this age-gender group
weight
body weight in kilograms; calculated from meanjogbw and logbw_resid
height
height in centimeters; calculated from meanjogh and logh_resid
blood mass
mass of blood (kg)
brain mass
mass of brain (kg)
gonads_mass
mass of gonads (kg)
heart mass
mass of heart (kg)
kidneys_mass
mass of kidneys (kg)
large_intestine_mass
mass of large intestines (kg)
liver mass
mass of liver (kg)
lungjnass
mass of lungs (kg)
muscle mass
mass of muscular tissue (kg)
pancreas_mass
mass of pancreas (kg)
skeleton mass
bone mass (kg)
skin mass
mass of skin tissue (kg)
small_intestine_mass
mass of small intestines (kg)
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Variable Name
Description
spleen_mass
mass of spleen (kg)
stomach mass
mass of stomach (kg)
adipose_flow
blood flow in adipose tissue ()
brain flow
blood flow in brain ()
CO
Cardiac output, L/h
gonads_flow
blood flow in gonads ()
heart flow
blood flow to heart muscle (not into heart)
kidneys_flow
blood flow to kidneys ()
la rgejntesti ne_flow
blood flow to large intestines ()
liver flow
blood flow in liver ()
lung_flow
blood flow to lung tissue ()
muscle flow
blood flow to muscles ()
pancreas_flow
blood flow to pancreas ()
skeleton flow
blood flow to bone tissue ()
skin flow
blood to to skin tissue ()
small intestine flow
blood flow to small intestines ()
spleen_flow
blood flow to spleen ()
stomach flow
blood flow to stomach ()
other mass
mass of other tissues (kg)
adipose_mass
mass of adipose tissue (kg)
org_flow_check
relevant to httkpop r package
weight_adj
adjusted body weight (sum of organ masses) (kg)
BSA_adj
adjusted body surface area (cm2)
million.cells.per.gliver
Hepatocellularity, million cells/g liver
hematocrit
Percent volume of red blood cells in the blood
serum creat
Serum creatinine, mg/dL
gfr_est
Estimated glomerular filtration rate, mL/min/1.73m2 BSA
bmi_adj
adjusted body mass index
bmi
body mass index
BSA
body surface area (cm2)
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Variable Name
Description
Variables added by Module to Interface Input Datasets
row
row number for this record on this data set
agejnonths
age in full months (range 0-1163)
num
row number for this record on this data set
logbw_resid
residual in regression of log(body weight); random sample generated using HEM random seed
logh_resid
residual in regression of log(height); random sample generated using HEM random seed
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Appendix C: Data dictionary for Prodi	leduler output variables
Variable Name
Units
Variable Description
householdjndex
--
Unique household ID, equal to the index number in the RPGen output
(pophouse.csv), used as a household identifier
personindex
--
Number assigned to each person in each household; corresponds to the
order in which the person's age is listed in the RPGen output
(pophouse.csv)
Diary.category
--
Type of diary from the activity diary pool that has been assigned to an
individual
person.gender
--
Gender of the person specified: Male (M) or Female (F)
person.age
Years
Age of the person specified in years
Day.of.the.year
--
Integer indicating day of the year, from 1 (January 1) to 364 (assuming
52 weeks of 7 days each)
Start.Time.hr. using, military .time
Military
time
Start time of an activity (military time)
End.Time.hr. using, military .time
Military
time
End time of an activity (military time)
Duration.hr
Hours
Duration of an activity
Duration.min
Minutes
Duration of an activity
Activity.Code
--
Activity performed during that time period:
-2: idle time with an activity assignment
-1: idle time with no activity assignment
1: morning commute
2: evening commute
3: breakfast
4: dinner
5: lunch
6: sleep
7: work
Personal.or.Communal
--
Specifies if a PUC satisfies personal or communal needs
Clusters
--
Specifies the cluster a PUC belongs to, if the PUC belongs to a cluster.
Clusters are groups of PUCs that are often used in-tandem when
performing a task.
Indoor.outdoor
--
Indicator if products are typically used indoors or outdoors
Primary.person
--
Binary variable to identify the primary person (1) in each household (the
primary person is designated in the pophouse.csv file)
PUCID.producttype
--
Product type ID
PUCID.PT.description
--
Product type description
sheds.id.refined
--
Refined product type ID
use.act
Minutes
Activity time
use.ht
Minutes
Handling time
use.mass
Grams
Mass of product used
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Appendix D: Product use categn |i > codes, along with descripti i> ' r us- in 1 lie Source-to-dose control file
PUC ID
General category
Product type
Refined
type
Description
AC.0500.010.050.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
arts and crafts adhesive
spray
spray adhesives for primarily craft purposes, including spray mounts and stencil
placement sprays
AC.0500.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
arts and crafts adhesive
NOC
glue sticks, glitter glues, fabric glues, craft glue, and other adhesives used for primarily
craft purposes
AC.0500.020.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
arts and crafts cleaner
NOC
solvent-based products for cleaning paint, adhesives, etc. from hands or surfaces
AC.0500.030.050.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
arts and crafts finish
spray
spray shellacs or polyurethane coatings for primarily craft purposes
AC.0500.030.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
arts and crafts finish
NOC
shellacs or polyurethane coatings for primarily craft purposes
AC.0500.040.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
arts and crafts paint
NOC
paints and colorants for primarily craft purposes (including acrylic and enamel paints)
AC.0100.010.050.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
body paint
spray
body paints, markers, glitters, play cosmetics, and Halloween cosmetics (spray or aerosol
formulation specified)
AC.0100.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
body paint
NOC
body paints, markers, glitters, play cosmetics, and Halloween cosmetics
AC.0200.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
bubble solution
NOC
liquid bubble solutions, including solutions for bubble machines
AC.0500.050.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
craft kit
NOC
multi-component crafting kits where individual products are not designated
AC.0200.020.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
crayons
NOC
wax crayons for coloring or illustration
AC.0300.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
fabric dye
NOC
products for dying fabrics
AC.0300.020.050.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
fabric paints and sealers
spray
paints or sealers for treating fabrics (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
AC.0300.020.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
fabric paints and sealers
NOC
paints or sealers for treating fabrics
AC.0200.030.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
finger paint
NOC
non-edible finger paints
AC.0500.060.050.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
flocking
spray
flocking and artificial snow (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
AC.0400.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
fogger
NOC
liquid solutions for fogger machines
AC.0800.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
glaze
NOC
liquid products for glazing craft pottery
AC.0600.010.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
gun cleaner
NOC
liquid solutions for cleaning interior or exterior of firearms
AC.0700.020.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
pens and markers
NOC
writing utensils containing liquid or gel ink
AC.0200.040.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
play dough
NOC
children's play modeling clays
VE.0500.010.099. F
Vehicle
antifreeze
NOC
antifreeze and/or coolant solutions for motorized vehicles
VE.0300.010.050. F
Vehicle
auto air freshener
spray
air fresheners for car interiors (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
VE.0300.010.099. F
Vehicle
auto air freshener
NOC
air fresheners for car interiors, including products for vents
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VE.0500.020.050. F
Vehicle
auto fluids and additives
spray
power steering fluids, transmission fluids, brake fluids, fuel injector cleaners, gas
treatments, or leak stoppers (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
VE.0500.020.099. F
Vehicle
auto fluids and additives
NOC
power steering fluids, transmission fluids, brake fluids, fuel injector cleaners, gas
treatments, or leak stoppers
VE.0500.030.050. F
Vehicle
auto lubricant
spray
engine lubricants and belt dressings, not including motor oils (spray or aerosol
formulation specified)
VE.0500.030.099. F
Vehicle
auto lubricant
NOC
engine lubricants and belt dressings, not including motor oils
VE.0100.010.050. F
Vehicle
auto paint
spray
paints and primers for auto body or engine (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
VE.0100.010.099. F
Vehicle
auto paint
NOC
paints and primers for auto body or engine
VE.0500.040.099. F
Vehicle
auto refrigerant
NOC
refrigerants and Freon products for auto applications
VE.0200.020.099. F
Vehicle
boat cleaner - general
NOC
cleaners, washes, and polishes for exterior marine applications
VE.0200.040.099. F
Vehicle
boat engine fluids
NOC
engine fluids for marine applications
VE.0400.010.099. F
Vehicle
body cleaner
NOC
cleaners, shampoos, and washes for auto body exterior (not including wax products)
VE.0100.020.050. F
Vehicle
body repair
spray
products for repairing auto body exteriors, including bondo-type products and scratch
fillers (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
VE.0100.020.099. F
Vehicle
body repair
NOC
products for repairing auto body exteriors, including bondo-type products and scratch
fillers
VE.0400.020.050. F
Vehicle
body wax
spray
auto body waxes and coatings, including combo wash/wax products (spray or aerosol
formulation specified)
VE.0400.020.099. F
Vehicle
body wax
NOC
auto body waxes and coatings, including combo wash/wax products
VE.0400.040.050. F
Vehicle
degreaser
spray
auto, engine and brake degreasers (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
VE.0400.040.099. F
Vehicle
degreaser
NOC
auto, engine and brake degreasers
VE.0100.030.050. F
Vehicle
detailing
spray
products for cleaning, polishing, or protecting car interior surfaces, upholstery, leather,
carpeting, tires, or rims (spray or aerosol formulation specified
VE.0100.030.099. F
Vehicle
detailing
NOC
products for cleaning, polishing, or protecting car interior surfaces, upholstery, leather,
carpeting, tires, or rims
VE.0500.050.099. F
Vehicle
motor oil
NOC
petroleum-based or synthetic engine lubricants
VE.0100.040.050. F
Vehicle
windows/windshield
spray
products for washing or protecting windshields or windows (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
VE.0100.040.099. F
Vehicle
windows/windshield
NOC
products for washing or protecting windshields or windows
HM.0100.010.050. F
Home maintenance
adhesive remover
spray
solvent products for removing adhesives from surfaces (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
HM.0100.010.099. F
Home maintenance
adhesive remover
NOC
solvent products for removing adhesives from surfaces
HM.0400.010.099. F
Home maintenance
caulk/sealant
NOC
caulks and sealers for household use, including silicone products
HM.0500.010.099. F
Home maintenance
concrete
NOC
products for patching or cleaning concrete surfaces
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HM.0600.010.050. F
Home maintenance
corrosion protection
spray
products for protecting metal surfaces from corrosion or removing corrosion (spray or
aerosol formulation specified)
HM.0600.010.099. F
Home maintenance
corrosion protection
NOC
products for protecting metal surfaces from corrosion or removing corrosion
HM.0700.010.099. F
Home maintenance
degreaser
NOC
products for degreasing indoor surfaces
HM.0800.010.050. F
Home maintenance
finish
spray
products for permanently coating and protecting wood surfaces, including polyurethane
products (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
HM.0800.010.099. F
Home maintenance
finish
NOC
products for permanently coating and protecting wood surfaces, including polyurethane
products
HM.2100.010.099. F
Home maintenance
grout sealer
NOC
products for coating and protecting tile or grout
HM.1200.010.099. F
Home maintenance
lock deicer
NOC
products for deicing car or residential locks
HM.1300.010.050. F
Home maintenance
lubricant
spray
household maintenance lubricants (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
HM.1300.010.099. F
Home maintenance
lubricant
NOC
household maintenance lubricants
HM.2100.020.099. F
Home maintenance
mortar or grout
NOC
products for attaching and grouting interior tiles
HM.0100.020.050. F
Home maintenance
multipurpose adhesive
spray
general purpose repair adhesives including all-purpose glues, super glue, and epoxies;
not including wood glues (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
HM.0100.020.099. F
Home maintenance
multipurpose adhesive
NOC
general purpose repair adhesives including all-purpose glues, super glue, and epoxies;
not including wood glues
HM.1400.010.040. F
Home maintenance
paint
exterior
home improvement paints characterized as exterior use
HM.1400.010.041.F
Home maintenance
paint
interior
home improvement paints characterized as interior use
HM.1400.010.050. F
Home maintenance
paint
spray
home improvement paints not characterized as to interior or exterior use (spray or
aerosol formulation specified)
HM.1400.010.099. F
Home maintenance
paint
NOC
home improvement paints not characterized as to interior or exterior use
HM.1400.020.050. F
Home maintenance
paint cleaner
spray
paint removing products for clean-up (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
HM.1400.020.099. F
Home maintenance
paint cleaner
NOC
paint removing products for clean-up
HM.1400.030.099. F
Home maintenance
paint texture
NOC
textured paints including ceiling texture
HM.1400.040.099. F
Home maintenance
paint thinner
NOC
paint or lacquer thinners
HM.1500.010.099. F
Home maintenance
patch and repair
NOC
drywall, ceiling, and joint compounds, spackles, or fillers
HM.1600.010.099. F
Home maintenance
plumbing
NOC
miscellaneous plumbing repair products (putties, tapes, cements)
HM.1400.050.040. F
Home maintenance
primer
exterior
home improvement primers characterized as exterior use
HM.1400.050.041.F
Home maintenance
primer
interior
home improvement primers characterized as interior use
HM.1400.050.050. F
Home maintenance
primer
spray
home improvement primers not characterized as to interior or exterior use (spray or
aerosol formulation specified)
HM.1400.050.099. F
Home maintenance
primer
NOC
home improvement primers not characterized as to interior or exterior use
HM. 1500.020.099. F
Home maintenance
putty or filler
NOC
putty-type crack, hole, and wood fillers
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HM.1700.010.099. F
Home maintenance
refrigerant
NOC
air conditioner or other refrigerants
HM.1800.010.099. F
Home maintenance
roof
NOC
products for roof maintenance or repair, including cleaners, sealers, or coatings
HM.1900.010.099. F
Home maintenance
septic system
NOC
septic system treatment products
HM.1000.010.099. F
Home maintenance
spray foam
NOC
spray insulation and weather stripping products
HM.1400.060.040. F
Home maintenance
stain
exterior
wood stains characterized as exterior use, including deck stains
HM.1400.060.099. F
Home maintenance
stain
NOC
wood stains not characterized as interior or exterior use
HM.1400.070.050. F
Home maintenance
stripper
spray
paint and finish strippers (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
HM.1400.070.099. F
Home maintenance
stripper
NOC
paint and finish strippers
HM.2000.040.040. F
Home maintenance
surface sealer
exterior
products for coating and protecting household surfaces characterized as exterior use
HM.2000.040.050. F
Home maintenance
surface sealer
spray
products for coating and protecting household surfaces not characterized as interior or
exterior use (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
HM.2000.040.099. F
Home maintenance
surface sealer
NOC
products for coating and protecting household surfaces not characterized as interior or
exterior use
HM.2400.010.099. F
Home maintenance
welding
NOC
miscellaneous welding products including gases, fluxes, and adhesives
HM.0100.030.099. F
Home maintenance
wood adhesive
NOC
adhesives specifically characterized as wood glues
EL.0300.050.099.F
Electronics/small appliances
printer ink
NOC
ink for inkjet printers
EL.0300.060.099.F
Electronics/small appliances
printer toner
NOC
laser printer toners
AC.0700.030.099.F
Arts and crafts/Office supplies
white out
NOC
correction fluids for ink or type
CP.0100.010.051.F
Cleaning products and
household care
air freshener
gel
home air fresheners (gel formulation specified)
CP.0100.010.052. F
Cleaning products and
household care
air freshener
liquid
home air fresheners (liquid formulation specified)
CP.0100.010.054. F
Cleaning products and
household care
air freshener
oil or
diffuse
home air fresheners (oil formulations or diffusers)
CP.0100.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
air freshener
spray
home air fresheners (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.0100.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
air freshener
NOC
home air fresheners
CP.0400.020.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
automatic dishwashing
additive
NOC
rinse aids, spot removers, and dishwasher cleaners
CP.0400.030.051. F
Cleaning products and
household care
automatic dishwashing
detergent
gel
detergents for automatic dishwashers (gel formulation specified)
CP.0400.030.053. F
Cleaning products and
household care
automatic dishwashing
detergent
powder
detergents for automatic dishwashers (powder formulation specified)
CP.0400.030.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
automatic dishwashing
detergent
NOC
detergents for automatic dishwashers
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CP.0200.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
bathroom cleaner
spray
bathtub, tile, and toilet surface cleaners (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.0200.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
bathroom cleaner
NOC
bathtub, tile, and toilet surface cleaners
CP.0700.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
bleach
NOC
bleaches (including color-safe bleaches)
CP.0300.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
carpet cleaner
spray
carpet cleaning products and machine solutions (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.0300.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
carpet cleaner
NOC
carpet cleaning products and machine solutions
CP.0300.020.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
carpet deodorizer
NOC
carpet deodorizers
CP.0400.040.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
dish soap
NOC
hand dish washing liquids and detergents
CP.0700.020.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
disinfectant
spray
disinfecting liquids (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.0700.020.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
disinfectant
NOC
disinfecting liquids (including wipes)
CP.0500.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
drain
NOC
drain openers or digesters
CP.1200.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
dry cleaner
NOC
dry cleaning fluids or kits for home use
CP. 1200.020.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
dryer sheets
NOC
dryer fabric softener sheets
EL.0400.010.050.F
Electronics/small appliances
electronics cleaner
spray
miscellaneous products for cleaning home electronic equipment (including surface
cleaners or cleaners for interior parts) (spray or aerosol formulation spec
EL.0400.010.099.F
Electronics/small appliances
electronics cleaner
NOC
miscellaneous products for cleaning home electronic equipment (including surface
cleaners or cleaners for interior parts)
CP. 1200.030.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
fabric deodorizer
NOC
spray fabric deodorizers
CP.1200.040.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
fabric protectant
NOC
fabric protectants and wrinkle releasers
CP. 1200.050.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
fabric softener
NOC
fabric softeners (excluding dryer sheets)
CP.0600.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
fireplace
NOC
miscellaneous fireplace and fire pit products
CP.0300.030.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
floor cleaner
NOC
hard floor cleaners (including pre-moistened wipes and pads)
CP.0300.040.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
floor polish
NOC
hard floor shining and waxing products
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CP.0700.030.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
glass cleaner
spray
glass and window cleaners (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.0700.030.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
glass cleaner
NOC
glass and window cleaners
CP.0800.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
hand cleaner
NOC
products marketed as hand cleaners (solvent-based)
CP.0900.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
heavy duty cleaner
spray
heavy duty or concentrated multipurpose cleaners (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
CP.0900.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
heavy duty cleaner
NOC
heavy duty or concentrated multipurpose cleaners
CP.1000.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
houseplant care
spray
houseplant and cut flower foods, fertilizers, or pesticides (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
CP.1000.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
houseplant care
NOC
houseplant and cut flower foods, fertilizers, or pesticides
CP.1100.010.099.F
Cleaning products and
household care
lamp oil/lighter fluid
NOC
lighters, lighter fluids, and other indoor fuels
CP.1200.060.052.F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry detergent
liquid
laundry detergents and soaps (liquid formulation specified)
CP.1200.060.053.F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry detergent
powder
laundry detergents and soaps (powder formulation specified)
CP. 1200.060.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry detergent
NOC
laundry detergents and soaps
CP. 1200.070.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry fragrance
NOC
scent products to be added to wash
CP. 1200.080.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry stain remover
spray
stain removers or laundry pre-treatment products (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
CP. 1200.080.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry stain remover
NOC
stain removers or laundry pre-treatment products
CP. 1200.090.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry starch
spray
fabric starches (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP. 1200.090.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
laundry starch
NOC
fabric starches
CP.1300.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
lime remover
NOC
products for removing lime or scale from surfaces
CP.1400.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
metal polish
NOC
cleaning products for metal surfaces
CP.1500.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
oven cleaner
spray
oven and grill cleaners (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.1500.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
oven cleaner
NOC
oven and grill cleaners
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CP.1600.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
shoe polish or protectant
NOC
shoe polishes, cleaners, and protectants
CP.0700.040.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
surface cleaner
spray
hard surface and kitchen surface cleaners (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.0700.040.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
surface cleaner
NOC
hard surface and kitchen surface cleaners
CP.1700.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
upholstery cleaner
NOC
upholstery fabric cleaners
CP.1800.010.050. F
Cleaning products and
household care
wood polish
spray
wood or furniture dusting or polishing products (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
CP.1800.010.099. F
Cleaning products and
household care
wood polish
NOC
wood or furniture dusting or polishing products
LY.0100.010.040.F
Landscape/Yard
cleaner
exterior
exterior surface (e.g. deck, house, driveway) cleaners
LY.0600.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
garden care
NOC
miscellaneous garden care products not otherwise characterized (e.g. rooting powders)
LY.0600.020.099.F
Landscape/Yard
garden fertilizer
NOC
fertilizers for vegetable or flower gardens, including in combination with pest/weed
controllers
LY.0200.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
grill/camping fuel
NOC
grill, lantern and camping stove fuels, including briquets
LY.0300.010.050.F
Landscape/Yard
herbicide
spray
herbicides, weed killers, and brush killers (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
LY.0300.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
herbicide
NOC
herbicides, weed killers, and brush killers
LY.0400.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
lawn fertilizer
NOC
fertilizers for lawns, including in combination with pest/weed controllers
LY.0500.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
lawnmower fluids
NOC
oils and other fluids for lawnmowers or other small yard care equipment
LY.0600.030.099.F
Landscape/Yard
mulch
NOC
mulches, including those with weed controllers
LY.0700.010.030.F
Landscape/Yard
pool chemicals
algaeci
de
algaecide products for pools, hot tubs, and spas
LY.0700.010.031.F
Landscape/Yard
pool chemicals
chlorina
ting
chlorinating products for pools, hot tubs, and spas
LY.0700.010.032.F
Landscape/Yard
pool chemicals
PH
control
pH control products for pools, hot tubs, and spas
LY.0700.010.033.F
Landscape/Yard
pool chemicals
shock
shock products for pools, hot tubs, and spas
LY.0700.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
pool chemicals
NOC
products not otherwise characterized for pools, hot tubs, and spas
LY.0600.040.099.F
Landscape/Yard
potting soil
NOC
potting soil and vermiculite
LY.0800.010.099.F
Landscape/Yard
surface deicer
NOC
products for deicing surfaces
LY.0600.050.099.F
Landscape/Yard
trees
NOC
miscellaneous tree care products including sealers
PC.0100.010.050.F
Personal care
acne spot treatment
spray
creams and wipes for spot-treating acne (spray or aerosol formulation specified
PC.0100.010.099.F
Personal care
acne spot treatment
NOC
creams and wipes for spot-treating acne
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PC.2700.040.099. F
Personal care
aftershave
NOC
lotions, balms, liquids, and gels for post-shave applications (usually fragranced)
PC.0800.010.001.F
Personal care
baby lotion
child
baby cream or lotion (excluding diaper creams)
PC.0800.020.001.F
Personal care
baby oil
child
skin oils specifically marketed for babies
PC.0800.030.001.F
Personal care
baby powder
child
powders specifically marketed for babies
PC.0800.040.001.F
Personal care
baby shampoo
child
shampoos specifically marketed for babies
PC.0800.050.001.F
Personal care
baby wash
child
body washes and cleaners specifically marketed for babies
PC.0800.060.001.F
Personal care
baby wipes
child
diaper and other baby wipes
PC.0500.010.099.F
Personal care
bar soap
NOC
bar and other solid soaps
PC.2800.010.099. F
Personal care
bath oil
NOC
bath oils or oil-filled beads
PC.0800.070.001.F
Personal care
bath paints/crayons
child
bath paints or bath crayons
PC.2800.020.099. F
Personal care
bath salts
NOC
bath salts, soaks, and fizzes
PC.0200.010.099.F
Personal care
bite relief
NOC
soothing treatments for insect bites
PC.2300.010.099. F
Personal care
blush/bronzer
NOC
cheek blushes, bronzers, and rouges
PC.0300.010.099.F
Personal care
body adhesive
NOC
NA
PC.0400.010.099.F
Personal care
body care set
NOC
multicomponent body care or bath set for which individual products are not designated
PC.0600.010.050.F
Personal care
body oil
spray
body oils (not including baby or bath oils, spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.0600.010.099.F
Personal care
body oil
NOC
body oils (not including baby or bath oils)
PC.0700.010.099.F
Personal care
body powder
NOC
talcum and dusting powders for the body
PC.0500.020.099.F
Personal care
body scrub
NOC
body cleaners containing abrasives or exfoliants
PC.0500.030.099.F
Personal care
body wash
NOC
body cleaners, washes, shower gels
PC.0500.040.099.F
Personal care
body wipes
NOC
body wipes and towelettes (excluding diaper or baby wipes)
PC.2800.030.099. F
Personal care
bubble bath
NOC
bubble baths
PC.2700.050.099. F
Personal care
clipper lubricant/cleaner
NOC
cleaning and lubricating products for hair clippers
PC.1100.020.050. F
Personal care
contact care
spray
contact lens cleaners and solutions (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.1100.020.099. F
Personal care
contact care
NOC
contact lens cleaners and solutions
PC.2300.020.099. F
Personal care
cosmetic tool cleaner
NOC
NA
PC.0900.030.099.F
Personal care
denture adhesive
NOC
denture adhesives
PC.0900.040.099.F
Personal care
denture cleaner
NOC
denture cleansers
PC.1000.010.051.F
Personal care
deodorant
gel
deodorants and antiperspirants (gel formulation specified)
PC.1000.010.056. F
Personal care
deodorant
solid
deodorants and antiperspirants (solid formulation specified)
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PC.1000.010.050. F
Personal care
deodorant
spray
deodorants and antiperspirants (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.1000.010.099. F
Personal care
deodorant
NOC
deodorants and antiperspirants not otherwise characterized
PC.2700.060.050. F
Personal care
depilatory
spray
chemical products for removal of body or facial hair (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
PC.2700.060.099. F
Personal care
depilatory
NOC
chemical products for removal of body or facial hair
PC.0800.080.001.F
Personal care
diaper cream
child
diaper creams and ointments
PC.2000.070.050. F
Personal care
dry shampoo
spray
dry shampoos for removing hair oils (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.2000.070.099. F
Personal care
dry shampoo
NOC
dry shampoos for removing hair oils
PC.2000.080.099. F
Personal care
ethnic hair care
NOC
products for ethnic hair care, including wrap set lotions and pressing lotions (excluding
relaxers)
PC.1100.030.099. F
Personal care
eye cream
NOC
creams and moisturizers for specific treatment of eye area
PC.1100.040.099. F
Personal care
eye drops
NOC
products for lubricating eyes or treating redness
PC.1100.050.050. F
Personal care
eye lid spray
spray
NA
PC.2300.030.052. F
Personal care
eye liner
liquid
eye liners or brow coloring products (liquid or gel formulation specified)
PC.2300.030.099. F
Personal care
eye liner
NOC
eye liners or brow coloring products
PC.2300.040.099. F
Personal care
eye makeup
NOC
miscellaneous cosmetic eye products including lash adhesives and tints
PC.1100.060.099. F
Personal care
eye products
NOC
NA
PC.2300.050.099. F
Personal care
eye shadow
NOC
products for coloring eye lids
PC.1200.010.099. F
Personal care
face cleansing wipes
NOC
textile wipes or pads treated with cleansing solution
PC. 1200.020.050. F
Personal care
face cream/moisturizer
spray
moisturizers, lotions, and creams for primarily treating the face (excluding eye-specific
products) (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC. 1200.020.099. F
Personal care
face cream/moisturizer
NOC
moisturizers, lotions, and creams for primarily treating the face (excluding eye-specific
products)
PC. 1200.030.099. F
Personal care
face mask
NOC
leave-on masks or peels for treatment of the face
PC.2300.060.099. F
Personal care
face powder
NOC
pressed or loose powders for face
PC.0100.020.099.F
Personal care
face scrub
NOC
facial cleansing products containing exfoliating particles, for acne treatment
PC.1200.040.099. F
Personal care
face scrub
NOC
facial cleansing products containing exfoliating particles (excluding products for acne)
PC.0100.030.099.F
Personal care
face wash
NOC
facial cleansing products (excluding scrubs), for acne treatment
PC. 1200.050.050. F
Personal care
face wash
spray
facial cleansing products (excluding scrubs) (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC. 1200.050.099. F
Personal care
face wash
NOC
facial cleansing products (excluding scrubs and products for acne)
PC.1500.010.050. F
Personal care
foot care
spray
miscellaneous products for application to feet, including scrubs, lotions, and deodorants
(spray or aerosol formulation specified)
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PC.1500.010.099. F
Personal care
foot care
NOC
miscellaneous products for application to feet, including scrubs, lotions, and deodorants
PC.2300.070.099. F
Personal care
foundation/concealer
NOC
liquid or cream foundation make-ups and concealers
PC.1600.010.050. F
Personal care
fragrance
spray
fragrances, colognes, and perfumes (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.1600.010.099. F
Personal care
fragrance
NOC
fragrances, colognes, and perfumes
PC.1800.010.099. F
Personal care
glitter
NOC
powder products containing reflective particles for face or body
PC.1900.010.099. F
Personal care
hair bleach
NOC
products for lightening or removing color from hair on the head
PC. 1900.030.099. F
Personal care
hair color - permanent
NOC
hair colors and dyes characterized as permanent
PC.1900.040.099. F
Personal care
hair color - professional
NOC
hair colors and dyes characterized as for professional use
PC. 1900.050.099. F
Personal care
hair color - temporary
NOC
hair colors and dyes characterized as temporary
PC. 1900.050.050. F
Personal care
hair color - temporary
spray
hair colors and dyes characterized as temporary (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC. 1900.020.099. F
Personal care
hair color
NOC
hair coloring products not otherwise categorized
PC.1900.060.099. F
Personal care
hair color activator
NOC
chemical activators for hair coloring products
PC.1900.070.099. F
Personal care
hair color developer
NOC
chemical developers for hair coloring products
PC.1900.080.099. F
Personal care
haircolortoner
NOC
chemical toners for hair coloring products
PC.2000.100.099. F
Personal care
hair conditioner - leave-
in
NOC
leave-in everyday hair conditioners and detanglers
PC.2000.100.050. F
Personal care
hair conditioner - leave-
in
spray
leave-in everyday hair conditioners (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.2000.090.050. F
Personal care
hair conditioner
spray
rinse-out everyday hair conditioners (excluding combo shampoo/conditioner products)
(spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.2000.090.099. F
Personal care
hair conditioner
NOC
rinse-out everyday hair conditioners (excluding combo shampoo/conditioner products)
PC.2000.120.099. F
Personal care
hair conditioning
treatment - professional
NOC
hair conditioning and moisturizing treatments for occasional use characterized as for
professional use
PC.2000.110.050. F
Personal care
hair conditioning
treatment
spray
hair conditioning and moisturizing treatments for occasional use (spray or aerosol
formulation specified)
PC.2000.110.099. F
Personal care
hair conditioning
treatment
NOC
hair conditioning and moisturizing treatments for occasional use
PC.2000.130.099. F
Personal care
hair relaxer
NOC
chemical hair relaxers
PC.2000.140.099. F
Personal care
hair spray
NOC
spray fixatives for hair
PC.2000.160.051.F
Personal care
hair styling - gel
gel
hair styling products for hold, shine, or texture (gel formulation indicated)
PC.2000.160.057. F
Personal care
hair styling - gel
gel | spr
ay
hair styling products for hold, shine, or texture (gel and spray formulation indicated)
PC.2000.170.058. F
Personal care
hair styling - mousse
mousse
foaming hair styling products
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PC.2000.170.059. F
Personal care
hair styling - mousse
mousse
1 spray
NA
PC.2000.150.053.F
Personal care
hair styling
powder
NA
PC.2000.150.050. F
Personal care
hair styling
spray
hair styling products for hold, shine, or texture (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.2000.150.099. F
Personal care
hair styling
NOC
hair styling products for hold, shine, or texture
PC.0500.050.050.F
Personal care
hand sanitizer
spray
antibacterial products for hands (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.0500.050.099.F
Personal care
hand sanitizer
NOC
antibacterial products for hands
PC.0500.060.099.F
Personal care
hand soap
NOC
liquid hand soaps
PC.0500.070.099.F
Personal care
hand wipes
NOC
wipes and solution primarily for hands
PC.1700.010.051.F
Personal care
hand/body lotion
gel
lotions and creams primarily for hands and body (gel formulations indicated)
PC.1700.010.057. F
Personal care
hand/body lotion
gel | spr
ay
lotions and creams primarily for hands and body (gel and spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
PC.1700.010.050. F
Personal care
hand/body lotion
spray
lotions and creams primarily for hands and body (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.1700.010.099. F
Personal care
hand/body lotion
NOC
lotions and creams primarily for hands and body
PC.2000.180.099. F
Personal care
lice shampoo
NOC
shampoos for the treatment of head lice
PC.2200.010.099. F
Personal care
liniment
NOC
liniments and ointments for treatment of muscle or joint pain
PC.2300.080.099. F
Personal care
lip balm
NOC
lip products primarily for protection
PC.2300.090.099. F
Personal care
lip color
NOC
colored lip products, excluding glosses
PC.2300.100.099. F
Personal care
lip gloss
NOC
glossy lip products
PC.2300.110.099.F
Personal care
lip liner
NOC
pencils for lining lips
PC.2300.120.099.F
Personal care
makeup primer
NOC
products for priming face for make-up
PC.2300.130.099.F
Personal care
makeup remover
NOC
products for removing face make-ups
PC.2300.140.099. F
Personal care
makeup set
NOC
multicomponent make-up set for which individual products are not designated
PC.2300.150.099.F
Personal care
mascara
NOC
eyelash mascaras
PC.0900.050.050.F
Personal care
mouthwash
spray
antiseptic and dental mouthwashes and rinses (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PC.0900.050.099.F
Personal care
mouthwash
NOC
antiseptic and dental mouthwashes and rinses
PC.2400.010.099. F
Personal care
nail adhesive
NOC
adhesives for repairing fingernails or attaching artificial nails
PC.2400.020.099. F
Personal care
nail polish
NOC
clear or colored nail enamels, polishes, basecoats, topcoats, and other acrylic coatings
PC.2400.030.099. F
Personal care
nail polish remover
NOC
products for removing nail polish or artificial nails
PC.2400.040.050. F
Personal care
other nail products
spray
miscellaneous products for nail or cuticle treatment not otherwise characterized (spray
or aerosol formulation specified)
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PC.2400.040.099. F
Personal care
other nail products
NOC
miscellaneous products for nail or cuticle treatment not otherwise characterized
PC.2000.190.050. F
Personal care
scalp treatment
spray
products for treating the scalp, including products dandruff or hair loss (spray or aerosol
formulation specified)
PC.2000.190.099. F
Personal care
scalp treatment
NOC
products for treating the scalp, including products dandruff or hair loss
PC.2500.010.050. F
Personal care
self-tanner
spray
chemical products for tanning, staining, or coloring the skin (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
PC.2500.010.099. F
Personal care
self-tanner
NOC
chemical products for tanning, staining, or coloring the skin
PC.2600.010.099. F
Personal care
sexual wellness
NOC
sexual wellness products, including personal lubricants
PC.2000.200.099. F
Personal care
shampoo - dandruff
NOC
shampoos, including dual shampoo/conditioner products for treatment of dandruff
PC.2000.210.099. F
Personal care
shampoo
NOC
shampoos, including dual shampoo/conditioner products
PC.2700.070.051. F
Personal care
shaving cream
gel
shaving creams, foams, balms and soaps (gel formulation specified)
PC.2700.070.099. F
Personal care
shaving cream
NOC
shaving creams, foams, balms and soaps
PC.2900.010.050. F
Personal care
sunscreen
spray
sunscreens and blocks (spray or aerosol formulations specified)
PC.2900.010.001. F
Personal care
sunscreen
child
sunscreens and blocks marketed to children or babies
PC.2900.010.Oil.F
Personal care
sunscreen
child |
spray
sunscreens and blocks marketed to children or babies (spray or aerosol formulations
specified
PC.2900.010.099. F
Personal care
sunscreen
NOC
sunscreens and blocks
PC.0900.060.099.F
Personal care
teeth whitener
NOC
teeth whitening products (excluding toothpastes)
PC.2300.160.099. F
Personal care
toner
NOC
face and skin toners and astringents
PC.0900.070.051.F
Personal care
toothpaste
gel
toothpastes and dentifrices (gel formulation specified)
PC.0900.070.099.F
Personal care
toothpaste
NOC
toothpastes and dentifrices
PC.2700.080.099. F
Personal care
waxing
NOC
wax products for removing hair from face or body
PE.0100.010.050.F
Pesticides
animal repellent
spray
chemical animal repellents (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PE.0100.010.099.F
Pesticides
animal repellent
NOC
chemical animal repellents
PE.0200.010.050. F
Pesticides
fungicide
spray
fungicides for garden or home use (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PE.0200.010.099. F
Pesticides
fungicide
NOC
fungicides for garden or home use
PE.0300.020.099. F
Pesticides
insect repellent - exterior
NOC
miscellaneous products for repelling insects, exterior use indicated
PE.0300.020.050. F
Pesticides
insect repellent - exterior
spray
miscellaneous products for repelling insects, exterior use indicated (spray or aerosol
formulation specified)
PE.0300.030.099. F
Pesticides
insect repellent - skin
NOC
products for repelling insects from skin
PE.0300.030.050. F
Pesticides
insect repellent - skin
spray
products for repelling insects from skin (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
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PE.0300.010.050. F
Pesticides
insect repellent
spray
miscellaneous products for repelling insects (excluding products to be applied to skin)
(spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PE.0300.010.099. F
Pesticides
insect repellent
NOC
miscellaneous products for repelling insects (excluding products to be applied to skin)
PE.0400.020.099. F
Pesticides
insecticide - exterior
NOC
insecticides, exterior use indicated - including lawn and gardens
PE.0400.020.050. F
Pesticides
insecticide - exterior
spray
insecticides, exterior use indicated (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PE.0400.030.099. F
Pesticides
insecticide - interior
NOC
insecticides, interior use indicated
PE.0400.030.050. F
Pesticides
insecticide - interior
spray
insecticides, interior use indicated (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PE.0400.010.050. F
Pesticides
insecticide
spray
insecticides not otherwise characterized (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PE.0400.010.099. F
Pesticides
insecticide
NOC
insecticides not otherwise characterized
PE.0500.010.099. F
Pesticides
rodenticide
NOC
rodenticides for interior or exterior use
PT.0400.010.099. F
Pet care
aquarium
NOC
miscellaneous aquarium treatment products
PT.0200.010.099. F
Pet care
cat litter
NOC
cat litters
PT.0100.060.050. F
Pet care
other pet treatments
spray
miscellaneous pet treatments (excluding pesticides) (spray or aerosol formulation
specified)
PT.0100.060.099. F
Pet care
other pet treatments
NOC
miscellaneous pet treatments (excluding pesticides)
PT.0100.070.099. F
Pet care
pesticide - pet
NOC
pesticides for application to pets
PT.0100.070.050. F
Pet care
pesticide - pet
spray
pesticides for application to pets (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PT.0100.080.099. F
Pet care
pet shampoo
NOC
pet shampoos (including those contain pesticides)
PT.0100.090.050. F
Pet care
pet stain cleaner
spray
carpet and upholstery cleaners for pet stains (spray or aerosol formulation specified)
PT.0100.090.099. F
Pet care
pet stain cleaner
NOC
carpet and upholstery cleaners for pet stains





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Appendix E: Data dictionary for daily dose output variables from Source-to-dose module
Variable name	Description of Output Variable
household	Household number from ABM output
daynum	The number of the day in a year
DJXSID	DSSTox Chemical ID
dir.derm.exp	Mass (mg) of chemical on skin from direct product use
dir.derm.max	Maximum loading (mg/cm2) on either hands or body (direct use)
dir.derm.abs	Mass (mg) absorbed through skin (direct use)
dir.inhal.exp	Average air concentration (mg/m3) for primary person (direct)
dir.inhal.max	Maximum air concentration (mg/m3) (direct)
dir.inhal.mass	Direct mass inhaled in the day (mg)
dir.inhal.abs	Mass (mg) absorbed through the lungs (direct use)
.	Mass (mg) ingested from hand-to-mouth transfer as well as transferred to the gut compartment during
dir.ingest.exp	.....	...
initial use phase (direct)
dir.ingest.abs	Mass (mg) absorbed through the gut (direct use)
release	Mass (mg) of chemical released by product use (primary person)
ind.derm.exp	Mass (mg) of chemical on skin from indirect exposure
ind.derm.max	Maximum loading (mg/cm2) on either hands or body (indirect)
ind.derm.abs	Mass (mg) absorbed through skin (indirect exposure)
ind.inhal.exp	Average air concentration (mg/m3) for primary person (indirect)
ind.inhal.max	Maximum air concentration (mg/m3) (indirect)
ind.inhal.abs	Mass (mg) absorbed through the lungs for (indirect)
ind.inhal.mass	Indirect mass inhaled in the day (mg)
ind.ingest.exp	Mass (mg) ingested from hand-to-mouth transfer (indirect)
ind.ingest.abs	Mass (mg) absorbed through the gut (indirect)
out.sur	Mass (mg) released to outdoor surfaces (outdoor product use)
out.air	Mass (mg) released to outdoor air (outdoor use and house losses)
drain	Mass (mg) going into the drain system (includes chemical in the hair and nail compartments)
waste	Mass (mg) disposed in trash
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