City has stopped using controversial pesticides, documents reveal

  Edmonton Journal 

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Documents obtained by an anti-pesticide activist on Wednesday show that the City of Edmonton transferred significant amounts of pesticides Dursban and Pyrate for disposal in May, putting an end to decades of controversial chemical use by the city. The city confirmed the documented quantities — 6,000 kilograms of Dursban and 190 litres of Pyrate, both […]

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