The Secret toxic association coalition, currently with 25 member organizations, presents Friday, July 8, at 8 p.m. at Le Prerard in Chamoux-sur-Gelon the eponymous documentary. It was produced together with European institutions and control agents, responsible for verifying the toxicity of crop treatment products.
This coalition has been fighting for years against pesticides that can be harmful to individuals and biotopes. It is committed to the completion of real toxicity studies prior to any marketing and also wants the prosecution of fraudsters.
Andy Battentier (campaign director of Secrets Toxiques), stated that the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled in October 2019 that its directives regarding the evaluation of pesticides were not being applied. He is the child of the country and the director of the documentary. He returns to his home this Friday to present the results of his investigation. It is not about giving lessons to the farmers or individuals who are first affected by the toxic effects of products. But it is more about inviting people to do so. It is also important to invite politicians and other officials to sanction fraudsters if it is proven that fraud is occurring.
Andy Battentier challenges Andy Battentier to prove that 14 products contain arsenic, lead and carcinogenic hydrocarbons, as well as glyphosate, but they are still available over-the-counter.
How can these pesticides be still available over-the-counter? How are these products rated How can European agencies eliminate the long-term health and environment effects of pesticides, when science is pointing to environmental destruction and cancer? This documentary has been presented to over 100 European parliamentarians and aims to start a debate about these inconsistencies.
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