posted on Mar, 27 2015 @ 01:11 PM
a reply to: FamCore
Joke? No, fumigants are put on finished products of human grade foods. It comes in cans of 2500 pellets or 500 tablets usuall . Tablets for longer
exposures. If it comes out of the ground and you buy it mainstream it has been gassed. Japan ships are the only vessels that don't receive fumigation
on board or take grain fumigated in house. Those railcars you see marked ADM, Cargill or Louis Dreyfus are usually full of product bound for someone's
crock pot sitting in a **** ton of gas and pellet residue.
One of the articles I'll do (with pictures) is how dangerous it is before the gas breaks down. The Maria V cargo got wet. It mixed with the pellets
and we destroyed a 5 hold ocean going bulk carrier. Some countries are trying to ban it.
Aluminum phosphide is a hell of a gas...
Forgot to add the explosion caused by the mixture of chemical and moisture blew the couple of ton cargo hold covers off and about 6 meters away. That
drives pass you on railways everyday.
Another article will be on the adverse side effects of lingering gas and left over residue. Not all ships are dust retained.
We also do the sugar for your coffee
Another interesting story is the bug traps and gas we had to dump in to the vats at the Budweiser brew/bottling facility in Houston.
I can go all day. It'll be a fun trip. Hopefully I can learn some things and teach y'all about some things in the process
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