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Illegal application of pesticides in Indiana leads to widespread contamination of restaurants, nursing homes

by Jonathan Benson, Natural News:

As you might imagine, the pest control industry is largely reliant upon the use of questionable chemical pesticides that, while effective against pests, may also be harmful to humans. And a recent investigation has found that, in the state of Indiana — and likely elsewhere — the illegal use of at least one popular pest control chemical has led to the widespread contamination of restaurants, nursing homes, churches and other places where people commonly gather.

It is known generically as Fipronil, and federal law explicitly prohibits it from being applied indoors. But many pest control companies have reportedly been using this broad-spectrum pesticide in blatant violation of the law, applying it to indoor surfaces to eradicate persistent pests like ants that keep coming back even after normal outdoor application.

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