Urban pesticides survey
About Us
The Pesticide Safe Bristol Alliance was set up by local food networks, environmental groups and parents concerned by the use of hazardous chemicals to control weeds in Bristol’s public spaces.

We're on a mission to end the routine use of pesticides in parks, pavements and estates, in particular weed killers (herbicides) such as glyphosate, which was labelled a 'probable carcinogen' by the World Health Organisation in 2015.

We don’t think its right that people going about their daily lives are exposed to these chemicals, especially when safer methods of weed control exist and are being adopted by hundreds of cities across Europe - including Brighton, Hammersmith and Glastonbury here in the UK.

We want to know what you, the residents of Bristol, think about urban pesticide use – please complete our two-minute survey. Follow us on Facebook, and read on for a chance to pledge your own outdoors space as a Pesticide-Free Zone

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