I started a thread in a FB forum called "Healthy Skepticism" on the topic of whether or not "green" cleaning agents for around the home, such as laundry detergents, multi-purpose cleaners, dish soaps, etc, are actually any safer for humans or the environment than conventional ones.
As usual, one of my favorite scientists and science communicators came to the rescue, along with a few others, and a number of good resource links were provided. Interestingly, the answer seems to be that these products simply aren't regulated all that well in the first place, not a ton of research is required, and there are, in fact, some risks. On the flip side, reasonable usage seems to be generally fine, especially as long as you don't combine cleaners, which can cause bad chemical reactions.
Here's a list of the best sources that were provided: