From the Consumer Fact Sheet on atrazine published by the EPA, this list of trade names may help you find out whether you are using this chemical at home or work:
With atrazine’s prevalence in our water system, you should know that, according to NRDC, some large water systems test for atrazine in their water supplies and filter it from drinking water if necessary, but smaller systems often do not. The good news is that a simple activated carbon-based water filter–like the ones commonly available in grocery stores and elsewhere in pitcher and faucet-mount varieties–can filter atrazine from drinking water.
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