"75 new and potentially dangerous substances have been identified in the Danish groundwater. All the country's municipalities shall, therefore, as quickly as possible to test their drinking water, asks the environment - and france Jakob Ellemann-Jensen (V), reports DR."
"Most troubling is the substance chlorothalonil has been used in the production of wheat, potatoes, peas and onions between the years 1986 and 2000."
"– I ask the municipalities to test for I want to be sure that it does not exist in our drinking water. We take it very seriously for it can be harmful for our genes, " says Ellemann-Jensen to the DR."
"in the Past has 639 tests have been made for the substance at the places where it may have been used. Where was it in more than every third sample."
"– You're concerned that the substance is carcinogenic and can affect human genes, and cancerframkallade substances must always be avoided, " says Hans Sanderson conducts research on risk assessment and toxicology at the university of Aarhus."