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Cities, Conservationists, and Health Organizations Come Together to Curtail Use of Rodent-Killing Poisons That Threaten Children, Pets, and Wildlife

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GREAT-HORNED-OWL_Greg-HomelTN.jpgA coalition of nonprofit organizations, municipalities, businesses, scientists, and others have banded together to promote effective, affordable rodent-control strategies that protect children, pets, and wildlife. The formation of the Safe Rodent Control Coalition coincides with a decision by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation to allow the continued use of super-toxic rodenticides-known as "second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides"-by certified pest-control specialists. California's announcement builds upon the move by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency earlier this year to ban hazardous d-CON poisons nationwide.


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