• 2 companies were fined $325,000 after the EPA said they falsely marketed a pesticide as a weapon against COVID-19

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

    A Transport for London worker sprays Zoono-71 inside a Victoria Line tube train. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Images via Getty Images)
    Two New Jersey companies falsely marketed a pesticide as a disinfectant against COVID-19, the EPA said.
    Zoono USA and Zoono Holdings were collectively fined $325,000.
    United Airlines was among the companies who had bought the Zoono Microbe Shield, using it to clean its place.
    Two New Jersey companies have been fined $325,000 for selling a pesticide they marketed as a weapon against COVID-19, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. The EPA said that Zoono...
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