Take action now – click here to give feedback via the Bunnings website (it's quick and easy to do)
- Select "Product Range" from the Support Topics dropdown menu.
- Enter your name and email, and select a store from the drop down menu (it doesn't matter which one you choose).
- Where is says Product Name, say: Roundup.
- Where it says Message, say why you care about this issue and that you'd like for Bunnings to stop stocking toxic glyphosate products like Roundup. Here are some other points you could raise:
Roundup has been the focus of bans in Germany, France, Vietnam, and Belgium. And subject to billions of dollars in lawsuits from cancer victims across the world.
Britain's largest home hardware chain, B&Q removed all glyphosate products from their shelves. So did US retailer Costco.
Bayer-Monsanto has announced it will stop using the cancer causing chemical glyphosate in its Roundup products sold in the US.
- Bunnings ask if you would like a personal reply – ask for a reply via email and forward it to email@example.com to add to The Bunnings Files!
Plan your trip to a Bunnings store
Write your shopping list (BBQ tongs, mozzie repellents, non-toxic weed killer...) and head to your local Bunnings store in the next four weeks (the sooner, the better!). Scroll down to find three questions we'd love you to answer whilst you're there (either on your smart phone in store, or when you get home).
- Pick a date and pop a reminder on your phone with a link to this page so you have easy access to the survey questions (we'll also send you a reminder email and text message with a link to the survey questions too).
- Weed killer products should say explicitly on the packaging whether they contain glyphosate or are glyphosate free.