Dental Practice Legal News: Dental Water Line Cleaner Violates Pesticide Laws

Dental Water Line Cleaner Violates Pesticide Laws

A dental supply company has agreed to pay the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over $300,000 for pesticide violations.

Oregon-based A-dec has been selling dental water cleaner tablets called ICX since 2006. But though A-dec had applied to register the cleaner in 2006, the waterline cleaner had not been approved by the EPA.

So in late 2008, the EPA stopped sales of the product. The company was accused of over 100 violations of the “Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act.”

Within a month, the company had properly registered the water cleaner and was legally selling it again. A-dec insists they thought they had received EPA approval. The product had been already been fully tested and approved by the FDA.

Read more about A-dec’s troubles…

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