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- Carbofuran was banned by the EPA in 2009 for unacceptable levels of toxicity
- Why is it still killing wildlife?
- Why is it killing Maryland’s Eagles?
- The EPA ban means you can not buy it, sell it, or trade it, but an “unusable” stockpile can sit on shelves
- Unlabeled liquids & bags of the granular form are breaking down after ten years and can lead to groundwater contamination
- Hunters, hunting dogs, and pets can be unknowingly exposed on leased lands
- Law enforcement can not remove this banned chemical even when found on the properties where incidences of human and pet exposure and eagle deaths have occurred
- Other countries have instituted buy-backs or turn-in protocols