Fluoride suppliers refuse to tell Eureka Springs Arkansas what is in the fluoride

From Eureka Springs, Carroll-Boone Water District:

CBWD water operators have repeatedly requested information about contaminants in the sodium fluorosilicate they will have to order from overseas, as it is no longer available in the United States. Even though the product, used by other water districts, has an NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) stamp on it, CBWD wants a data sheet on it.

“We continue to be concerned that no supplier or manufacturer will furnish us the information required under the rules of NSF 60,” Allison wrote in a memo to the board. “… we are asking no more or less than what is submitted to NSF to get their approval. We all have an obligation as licensed operators to know what is being put in the water especially if it is a product not needed for potable water.”

One thought on “Fluoride suppliers refuse to tell Eureka Springs Arkansas what is in the fluoride

  1. Jim

    Poughkeepsie NY tried to obtain this information from every supplier on the h2SiF6 siliofluoride used in 93% of all US fluoridation. This comes directly from smokestack pollution scrubbers of fertilizer triple phoshpate processing . Florida has the majority of the US suppliers but now much also comes from Mexico and China pollution scrubbers. Kip Dushawn from the CDC even admitted this foreign source and contamination problems they never bothered to identify but many cities had close down their equipment with foreign matter.
    Poughkeepsie voted to end fluoridation when they could get not one supplier to claim safe or benefit for humans or what toxic contamination was never mentioned. But know to be in the so called product. Their head of the water board was a attorney and did the right thing- stopped the insanity of using unproven toxic waste to correct a medical condition. The CDC claims Cavities are the most common medical condition in the poor. Sadly they also have data showing the poor blacks and hispanics are double damaged over whites. The CDC protects failed policy not people.

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