Cascade Powder Dishwasher Detergent
Graded F by EWG For: “Regulatory violation; May contain ingredients with potential for Government enforceable restrictions; acute aquatic toxicity; chronic aquatic toxicity”
Cascade Complete Dishwasher Detergent Gel
Graded D by EWG For: “May contain ingredients with potential for chronic aquatic toxicity; acute aquatic toxicity; nervous system effects”
Cascade ActionPacs Dishwasher Detergent with Dawn, Fresh
Graded D by EWG For: “May contain ingredients with potential for acute aquatic toxicity; chronic aquatic toxicity; nervous system effects”
FINISH Automatic Dishwasher Detergent Powder, Lemon
Graded F by EWG For: “May contain ingredients with potential for Government enforceable restrictions; acute aquatic toxicity; chronic aquatic toxicity”
FINISH Dishwasher Detergent Gel, Fresh
Graded D by EWG For: “May contain ingredients with potential for acute aquatic toxicity; 
chronic aquatic toxicity; biodegradation”


FINISH Powerball Tabs, Orange
Graded F by EWG For: “May contain ingredients with potential for developmental/endocrine/reproductive effects; chronic aquatic toxicity; acute aquatic toxicity”
If your detergent isn’t listed, get the full list and grades here.

Better solutions:

biokleen Automatic Dish Powder, Citrus Essence (2015)
Graded A by EWG For: “Low concern for biodegradation; cancer; respiratory effects”
Seventh Generation Automatic Dishwasher Powder, Free & Clear
Graded A by EWG For: “Low concern for nervous system effects; digestive system effects; damage to vision”
Buy it here.
Earth Friendly Products Wave Auto Dishwasher Gel, Organic Lavender
Graded A by EWG For: “Low concern for respiratory effects; skin irritation/allergies/damage”
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  1. Seems like there should be something that would check off all these health and environmental concerns. Who wants to wash dishes with Cascade any longer? Not me.

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  2. So what do you recommend then?

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