Fluoride Opponents Win Court Decision

Fluoride Opponents Win Court Decision

In a ruling that could have far-reaching consequences for communities that add fluoride to their municipal drinking water, a court in California denied the EPA's request for a protection order that would limit the information courts can view when considering evidence of risks to human health and the environment.

A provision in the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) allows citizens to petition the EPA, which is authorized under TSCA to ban harmful contaminants that are risks to health and the environment, to essentially perform the job they are commissioned to do. A citizen lawsuit brought by Food & Water Watch Inc.  against the EPA demands that the agency ban the addition of fluoride to drinking water. (Food & Water Watch Inc., et al. v. United States Environmental Protection Agency.)

A Northern District of California judge ruled against the EPA's request to restrict information used by the courts to make decisions to only info that was used in original agency proceedings leading up to decisions on banned contaminants.

This is a victory for opponents of fluoridation.

Communities all over the world are banning water fluoridation. But there are still many, many that add fluoride to municipal drinking water. According to the CDC, 66.3% of US households use fluoridated water (2014 data). Let that sink in.

If you've got fluoridated water, there are several ways to remove fluoride from your drinking water. We recommend bone char as an effective method. We've just added a category on our web store for all our products that treat fluoride. 

Click here to see all our fluoride product.

We are always happy to assist in your product decisions. If you are not sure if your water has added fluoride you can contact us to help find out. Or contact your local water dept. 

Email us at info@highwaterfilters.com or call 509-685-0933.

Click here for more info on fluoride in drinking water from a previous blog post by Lorraine Marie (Removing fluoride from drinking water: Is bone char a good alternative?).

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