The new rules on chemical industry are ‘saddening’

RTE 4 The new regulations to protect people exposed to pesticides and other chemicals in the food chain from the chemicals used in the industrial sector are “saddener to me,” said Eamonn Ryan, of the Irish Food Protection Campaign.

“But we know that the new rules have been passed without consultation and without public scrutiny. “

“We know that people are at risk from pesticides, which is why we have been calling for these new regulations for months.” “

He said the rules will also restrict the ability of people to buy food from suppliers who use pesticides, particularly if they use it on their own land. “

We know that people are at risk from pesticides, which is why we have been calling for these new regulations for months.”

He said the rules will also restrict the ability of people to buy food from suppliers who use pesticides, particularly if they use it on their own land.

A spokesperson for the Department of Health said that while there were no specific exemptions for the food industry, “we do recognise the need to protect vulnerable people in the community from the effects of pesticide use.”

Responding to the announcement, the Irish Chemicals and Fungicides Association said that it was “extremely concerned” by the rules. “

Any changes in the legislation must be made in accordance with the rules.”

Responding to the announcement, the Irish Chemicals and Fungicides Association said that it was “extremely concerned” by the rules.

“There is a real concern that the Department is making it easier for the industrial industry to circumvent the new requirements and increase pesticide use in Ireland.”

The industry must make it clear to the Irish government that the use of pesticides in Ireland is unacceptable and that they should not be allowed to continue their business in Ireland.

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