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Phosphate fertiliser production supplies all the commercial grade hexafluorosilicic acid in the world. During the process of making phosphate fertilisers, fluorapatite ore is broken down in order to isolate phosphorus (P) which is the ‘product’. These days, the waste by-product - the particulate-laden hydrogen fluoride gas - is captured in the factory chimneys by wet scrubbers (filters) and is washed back down the chimney using water and silicate minerals before collection in barrels. Click here to view The waste in the barrels is a 10%-25% solution of hexafluorosilicic acid – H2SiF6. It contains impurities which were originally in the fluorapatite ore, Hexafluorosilicic acid is commonly known as fluoride.
The table (Table 5) is from a publication by the British Fluoridation Society (BFS): One in a Million, 2nd Ed. Ch. 6. Some of the impurities are listed in the table together with the amount, in micrograms (μm), found in each 1 milligram (mg) of commercial grade fluoride. Authoritative information on the upper parameters of contaminants in H2SiF2 is contained in British Standard BSEN 12175 which is impossible for the lay man to purchase because it’s circulation is classified as 'Restricted'. The BFS admits that their version of the table is a summary of BSEN 12175 and some impurities are quite obviously missing. For example, fluorspar (aka fluorite or Blue John) rock which used to be mined in the Peak District contains uranium. Even today, Derbyshire groundwater extracted for the Natural Mineral Water (NMW) bottled water industry contains traces of uranium. Click here to view the report. Other 'versions' of apatite ore from other parts of the world contain plutonium, cobalt, strontium, molybdenum, etc.
The H2SiF6 used by English water companies comes from YARA's operations in Finland at their Siilinjarvi plant. LINK. The acid is either part of the plant's Hazardous waste (135 tonnes per annum), or their Non-hazardous waste (5,263 tonnes per annum). It travels to YARA at Immingham Docks in Lincolnshire from where it is tankered or put in barrels for onward transmission to water companies. YARA state that 5.36mg of the acid per litre of water is added to our water supply in order to achieve the 'optimum' 1mg fluoride per litre of water since the fluoride content is 20% of the acid.
On top of that the fluoride in those things was made illegal because it was toxic to humans. If was only a matter of time before people were going to get sick and start suing businesses. Although it hurt the ozone layer it was blown up to shield us from the truth. It was in everything back those days. It was easy to get a a moderately toxic dose.
That sort of fluoride was removed from the market.
Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by mee30
here's the FDA's fluoride site, it lists many common foods.www.fortcollinscwa.org...
. Pure Fluoride is very poisonous. A gallon of fluoride is enough to treat the water in a small town for a long time. Sodium Fluoride is usually sent to water plants in small drums. . A tanker? maybe they were hauling it to a major distribution site. If the fluoride was organic fluoride or even calcium fluoride it would not be so bad. The compounding action is what is the major problem. I see you understand little of how these kind of things interact with the body and mind.