(Illustrations added by Zen)
Fluoride has two sources. It can appear ‘naturally’ in water or it can appear as a toxic waste. Even where it does appear without any help from industry it can cause problems. This leaflet concentrates on some of the possible, if not probable explanations, as to why those industries who produce toxic fluoride wastes are in favour of water fluoridation.
The earliest problems associated with toxic wastes involved those businesses manufacturing aluminium with the resulting waste usually being sodium fluoride. In Britain today, the most frequently used toxic waste product used for fluoridation comes from the phosphate fertiliser industry. However, the principles are the same and what happened in the first half of the 20th century is just as relevant as to what is happening today.
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Contributed by Zen Gardner of Just Wondering.