CHINA: Shenzen city to ban phosphorus cleaning agents

The city of Shenzhen has decided to fight against current high levels of water-polluting phosphorus. The government is preparing to announce a new regulation prohibiting the use of phosphorus. Plans have been made to stop the sale and use of cleaning products which contain phosphorus by this coming August.


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