SEPA sticks to its guns on phosphate detergents
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency is continuing to urge consumers in the Loch Lomond area to avoid household detergent products likely to contain high levels of phosphate - although it has updated its advice to indicate that such products are usually modified tablet formulations of washing powders and dishwasher detergents.
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