Originally Posted by greendoctor
Some of the ground water data is flawed. My understanding is that in some areas of the country, arsenic is naturally present in the water. Also, if it were such a problem, a lot of people would be dead by now. Especially in Hawaii, where crabgrass and goosegrass grow 12 months out of the year.
The EPA's reasoning is flawed also...No sale or use except to cotton farmers, sod farms an golf courses
Every one of them in close proximity to water sources. A clear case of money talks, BS walks.
I've got no problem with them taking it off the shelves at Wal-Mart and Lowes or HD. Common folk aren't responsible enough for chems sold at big box stores IMO. I agree with that so make it an RUP