Citizens For Safe Water Want Fluorosilicic Acid Removed from the Municipal Water Supply
CLEARWATER - The public is invited to attend a meeting to be held Saturday June 16th, from 10 a.m. to noon, at the Clearwater East Library located at 2251 Drew Street in Clearwater.
Discussed will be plans to organize and strategize the removal of Fluorosilicic Acid/Fluoride from our Municipal Water Supply.
As you can see if you have been following Citizens For Safe Water news, fluoride is being recognized as the toxin it is at an accelerating pace. Cities, states and even countries are having public hearings and removing it from their public water.
Both the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now are changing their story about fluoride's safety and today warn from their Web sites not to mix baby formula with fluoridated water. And, the National Academy of Science in their December, 2006 report on Fluoride in Drinking water, concluded that what was previously thought to be a safe level for fluoride in drinking water is anything but safe and have strongly suggested that the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) take action to lower the acceptable level for fluoride in drinking water. Why is the EPA dragging their feet on this? Their delay in taking action is enough to make you wonder who else's strings are being pulled - perhaps within the federal government - with the phosphate industry's big money?
Monthly meetings are held every third Saturday in Clearwater, at the Clearwater East Library on Drew Street just east of Belcher Road. The meeting is held between 10 a.m. and noon.
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