Saturday, June 10, 2017

PUBLIC COMMENTS NOW!!! HOW MUCH POISON GLYPHOSATE IS OK WITH YOU IN OUR FOOD-WATER-AIR?

    ZERO - ZILCH
          NADA!


Here's what
ONE PART PER 

TRILLION (1ppt)
looks like.................. 

It is ALSO THE CONCENTRATION LEVEL
THAT STIMULATED THE PROLIFERATION OF BREAST CANCER CELLS IN VITRO!!
CalEPA (OEHHA) has Proposed 1100 micrograms allowabledaily exposure to glyphosate  (ingredient in RoundUp), on the State’s PROP 65 Toxics List

WE DEMAND LEVEL: ZERO - ZIP - NADA!


PUBLIC COMMENTS  not limited to Californians must be received by 5:00 p.m., Wed. 6-21-2017  
Our GOAL:  One Million - 1,000,000 - COMMENTS!


LINKS to Choose From:
CA State Website or Email  to Comment
(Please do not comment on both):



2)      Email CA OEHHA:
P65public.comments@OEHHA.ca.gov
Include In Subject Line: “GLYPHOSATE NSRL”

Please consider including the following message:   
I/We demand that the Prop 65 NSRL (No Significant Risk Level) for glyphosate must be a validly arrived at NSRL, per CA regulations, substantially lower than the proposed 1100 micrograms per day, in order for this Safe Harbor to actually be safe to Californians. Until a comprehensive independent study is done, showing real life exposure levels, regulatory authorities should use a NSRL of well below, the concentration where it stimulated breast cancer cells in vitro at levels as low as 1 ppt  (Thongprakaisang et al., 2013), in keeping with The Precautionary Principle. There IS NO SAFE LEVEL. Simply: WE DEMAND ZERO ZILCH NADA!

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2 comments:

  1. I demand that the Prop 65 NSRL (No Significant Risk Level) for glyphosate must be a validly arrived at NSRL, per CA regulations, substantially lower than the proposed 1100 micrograms per day, in order for this Safe Harbor to actually be safe to Californians. Until a comprehensive independent study is done, showing real life exposure levels, regulatory authorities should use a NSRL of well below, the concentration where it stimulated breast cancer cells in vitro at levels as low as 1 ppt (Thongprakaisang et al., 2013), in keeping with The Precautionary Principle. There IS NO SAFE LEVEL. Simply: WE DEMAND ZERO ZILCH NADA!

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  2. The State of California needs to succeed in protecting citizens in the absence of Federal action. Please adopt the Precautionary Principle rather than wait for breast cancer, cognitive impairment of children, and risks to wildlife. It's been well-established that Glyphosate is a probable factor in the incidence of kidney failure for farm workers in Central America and Asia.

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