Spotlight turns on organobromine discharges

In 1999, a survey for the Environment Department found that fish and sediments in the rivers Skerne and Tees downstream of Great Lakes' works were heavily contaminated with brominated flame retardants (ENDS Report 291, pp 7-8 ).

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