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German household products company Henkel has published a report outlining its environmental progress last year.

The report claims that in 2007 the multinational cut the release of heavy metals from its operations by 57%, reduced energy use by 21% and reduced workplace accidents by 72%.

The company aims to make further cuts to energy and water use as well as reducing the waste it produces.

Full details can be found on the Henkel website.

Sam Bond

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