Chemical firm's persistent North Sea pollution

A failure of regulation became apparent at a recent international conference after contamination across the North Sea was pinned on discharges of brominated flame retardants from a County Durham chemical works. Concern about Great Lakes Chemical's site was first raised in 1992, but the Environment Agency has failed to prevent discharges of the persistent and bioaccumulative chemicals.

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