The people spreading the lies about BOO’s bog being near a toxic site? They work for a competitor. A competitor I used to work for until I was exposed to their toxic corporate practices.
In fact, the closest waste management site to Moose Creek is NOT a toxic waste facility or a radioactive site… it’s an organic leaf and yard waste composting site!
The closest “radioactive” dump site to Moose Creek is a three hour drive.
Try harder next time [competitor’s name redacted]. Do your homework before spewing falsehoods in an attempt to promote your own product.
Black oxygen is clearly making big waves, improving lives every single day!
If someone says anything negative about “toxic waste”, I explain to them that it’s actually a non-toxic waste compost site which is in essence a fertilization plant which would do nothing but add to the value of anything planted nearby.
Also Health Canada wouldn’t be approving a toxic product for their population and risk their reputation as having one of the strictest regulations for safety in the world.
Official letter from the Marc Saint Onge, BOO’s CEO
Recently there have been claims by other people or unofficial out-of-the-blue experts who claim that we extract our moor mud close to a “toxic waste site”.
We know that specific competitors have put out extensive write-ups to claim we harvest near a waste dump and even close to a nuclear reactor.
These vicious rumours are untrue and are only created to deter the unparalleled quality of our products.
When I speak of our source, I always refer to moose creek as a referral ground for the areas known as Glengarry Prescott Russell townships, where I lived in Casselman for 30 years. During all those years, my prior company and research team evaluated many areas containing a source of peat that met the standards to extract and produce “organic”. This area is wide and very large. The only “nuclear” connection remotely close is in Chalk River, a little village inland about 10km from the Ottawa river and 200 km away from the bog.
Why did I choose a bog in this area? I would invite anyone questioning the value of our mud to research “Caledonia Springs” and the history of the Caledonia Springs waters and mud baths that existed back in 1800. It was a well-known and celebrated Health Spa.
I would also invite everyone to study the Alfred bog area, the largest conservation area with over 8,000 acres of a protected area. It is classified by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry as a provincially significant wetland and a place of “natural” and “significant” science. A great link to the bog is here: capitalgems.ca (Alfred bog)
The Caledonia Springs area is our site of extraction. This area has a history of wellness and falls into the values of BlackOxygen Organics.
In health and wellness, Marc Saint Onge, CEO