Chlorobenzene was once used in the manufacture of pesticides, most notably DDT. Chlorobenzene can persist in soil for many months, in air for over 3.5 days, and in water for one day. Because it does not bind well to soil, chlorobenzene moves through the ground and into the groundwater. Humans are also exposed to Chlorobenzene by breathing contaminated air in the work place, consuming contaminated food or water, or by coming into contact with contaminated soil.
'Workers exposed to Chlorobenzene experience headaches, numbness, sleepiness, nausea, vomiting, and depression. Chlorobenzene in animals affects the brain, liver, and kidneys. Studies have reported unconsciousness, tremors and restlessness, liver and kidneys failure.
If you love animals, and care about your body and mind, or are simply concerned for the welfare of others, wearing organic clothing has a positive impact on your health, the health of others, and the health of the only planet we have. Lets not destroy it, I like our planet. It's pretty nice place to live, don't you think?