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post Feb 19 2012, 05:08 PM
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Toxic Air Pollution

I've always had an option to breath uncontaminated fresh air until last week.
From a distance I saw City of Stirling workers chasing people out of the play area at Clarko reserve and putting up warning signs. It wasn't until it was too late that I could smell sprayed orange herbicide. A few days later, the City of Stirling workers, again without warning to neighbouring residents of Clarko Reserve, spayed herbicide upwind of the sea breeze. If the herbicide contains no harmful chemicals, why were warning signs placed near the Clarko Reserve play ground? The City of Stirling prides itself on consultation but failed to allay my worries about poisoning. Maybe modern herbicide does not have harmful chemicals like dioxin. That's what they told my crop spraying pilot father in the 1960's about DDT before it killed him with cancer.

Ben, Skype "Perth-", Western Australia
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