Or you could say: As with other chemical agents, it does not cause skin injury, erode any metal surfaces or pollute the environment.
"It does not cause skin injury, as do other chemical agents, nor does it seems to erode any metal surfaces or to pollute the environment" I can't get the ideas of using those words (in red). Can somebody explain it? I've been thought using "either-or" and "neither-nor" all this while.
This is correct.
Or and Nor are the same and they connect things that are alike or equal. If you repeat nor it is done for more emphasis:
He mother said, "You can't go to your grandmothers, nor the park, nor the store.
Student or Learner