Should government agencies and councils inform you when they deposit 1080 poison bait directly into your water? Apparently not

From TV-Wild – “To make things worse, the Government now permits the spreading of 1080 poison bait directly into water, and without the requirement for a resource consent certificate.

So please make sure you request alternative water when your next poison drop takes place, and avoid ending up in the same boat as this community …” Clyde Graf


Please go to the TV-Wild’s website for further information on 1080 goings on, check out our 1080 pages also at the main menu, including the links to other resources. Find other articles on topic by using ‘categories’ (left of front page) or the search box. Educate & protect yourself. Your esteemed authorities are not excelling in that right now. Be fore armed.
EnvirowatchRangitikei

6 thoughts on “Should government agencies and councils inform you when they deposit 1080 poison bait directly into your water? Apparently not”

  1. Yes they should.
    The sad truth is they will just say that the concentration is below the harmful amount (or something equivalent). Eventually, they might just reassess the poison and declare it a benefit to the human body (like fluoride)

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  2. Yes they should!!! If you look carefully over the Data Sheet for this stuff, you will find that it is extremely toxic and comes under a wide variety of different names. Looking closely through the Data Sheet I can conclude that there have been some serious shortcomings in the Horewhenua case (Heads should roll). Here is the link;
    https://cameochemicals.noaa.gov/chemical/4488

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