When you purchase a Repelsharks.com repellent, you are buying a quality product that has undergone years of laboratory and field testing, and meets or exceeds U.S. environmental standards. It is everyone's environmental responsibility not to fish with, or introduce, poisons and noxious compounds (such as bleach, soaps, and cyanide) into the delicate marine environment.
Great care has been taken by our suppliers to ensure that the chemical compounds used in the shark repellents offered for sale on this site are compliant with, or are not cited by, the following United States regulations:
List of Lists, Title III – Consolidated List of Lists. (EPCRA. SARA. CAA. CERCLA, RCRA) ; Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended; (Clean Water Act) 33 U.S.C. 307(a)(1) of the Clean Water Act of 1977; (U.S.C. 466) Applicability per 40 CFR Part 116; Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act ( U.S.C. 136 eq seq); Ocean Dumping Act, as amended (33 U.S.C. §§ 1401 et seq.); Fish and Fisheries Products, Hazards and Controls Guidance: Third Edition June 2001; WHO Technical Report Series – 928 (Evaulation of certain food additives); Title 49-Transportation, Part 172 Appendix B (MARINE POLLUTANTS); Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (16 U.S.C. 1801 et seq.); Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships (33 U.S.C. §§ 1901 et seq).
The compounds used in our shark repellents are not acutely hazardous as per the following references: WHO Acute Hazard; TRI Acute Hazard; Cholinesterase Inhibitors.
The compounds used in our shark repellents are not carcinogenic as per the following references: IARC Carcinogens; U.S. NTP Carcinogens; California Prop 65 Known Carcinogens; U.S. EPA Carcinogens; TRI Carcinogens.
The compounds used in our shark repellents are not endocrine disruptors as per the following references: Illinois EPA List; Keith List; Colborn List; Benbrook List; EU List.