Get Deadly Poisons Off Store Shelves
We all know rat poisons are meant to kill, but the problem is: These toxic poisons are indiscriminate. They injure or kill any living thing that ingests them. The most dangerous are called “second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides,” or “super-toxic” poisons.
These poisons have been known to harm or even kill children, pets and wildlife — including hawks, falcons, owls, bobcats, mountain lions, and endangered golden eagles and kit foxes.
After years of delay, the U.S. Environmental Protection agency has finally placed restrictions on certain types of super-toxic rat poisons, including products sold under the label “d-CON.” But the makers of d-CON are opposing these lifesaving restrictions and continuing to sell their products in popular stores like Target, Walmart, The Home Depot and more.
Please take action and tell stores to stop carrying rat poisons that the EPA has banned and protect children, pets and endangered wildlife.
Will be sent To Following:
President & CEO Michael Duke
CEO Robert Niblock
Chairman Edward Lampert
CEO Larry Merlo
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