How Municipal Councils Can Escape
From State Mandatory Fluoridation
A FEW SUGGESTIONS HOW MUNICIPAL COUNCILS
CAN ESCAPE FLUORIDATION
Council’s specifications for fluoridation plant design,
construction, and operation needs to include
clauses for financial penalties to ensure
standards, and reveal to all concerned
the serious risks, implications and
legal aspects of the process:
1) Penalties For:
A. supplying products below standard
B. over or under feeds
When calling for tenders, or re-tendering,
Councils could insist on a permanent bond of one million
dollars minimum, to cover the above and council’s
public liabilities etc.
This bond would discourage and or control any
construction contractor, fluoride plant operator,
or supplier of the fluoridation chemicals.
(In the light of overseas accidents and Brisbane,
May 2009 these requirements are reasonable.)
Council rate notices and water bills, should warn consumers
especially mothers, of the health dangers of fluoridated water
to BABIES AND CHILDREN and renal patients.
The full operational cost of fluoridation plants, including wages,
and chemicals must be itemised for rate payers,
(not concealed under the health budget).
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Fluoride will leach various heavy metals into the water,
from lead solder joints, copper, brass and plastic fittings.
Fluoridated Water Is Always Contaminated Water.