China Mills Pollute In Canada

The Department of Environment says mills and factories in East Asia – it would not identify China by name – account for most airborne mercury pollution in Canada. Chinese mines, mills and factories were blamed for high mercury deposits at remote Canadian lakes and mountains: “97% of mercury deposited in Canada as a result of human activities originates outside the country.”

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