In 2008, EPA determined that certain kinds of rat bait pose “unreasonable risk” to children, pets and wildlife. The Agency gave rodenticide manufacturers three years to voluntarily adopt new safety measures.
Since then, many companies have complied and stopped producing the types of rat and mouse bait most harmful to kids. But several have not, and children are still at risk.
Sign onto the letter below urging the three non-compliant companies to halt production these harmful products. We will deliver the letter to:
• Reckitt Benckiser Inc., makers of D-Con;
• Spectrum Group, makers of Hot Shot and Rid-a-Rat; and
• Liphatech Inc,. makers of Generation rodent control products.