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Lindsey Schneider
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In the spring of 2006, farm worker community members tested the air at two different locations in the Yakima Valley with the assistance of the Farm Worker Pesticide Project (FWPP) and Pesticide Action Network (PAN). We tested for dangerous levels of chlorpyrifos, the key ingredient in the insecticide Lorsban, which is widely used in apple, cherry and pear orchards.

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Agricultural Pesticides Are Dangerous for You, Your Family, and Your Neighbors. Health effects and recent exposure incidents.

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A class of toxic chemicals known as persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are among the most dangerous compounds ever produced. They include industrial chemicals, byproducts of manufacturing processes and waste incineration, and pesticides that have been linked to devastating human health consequences. Despite their hazards, POPs continue to be produced, used and stored in many countries.