DoE mercury report puts dentists in the hot seat

A report for the Department of the Environment (DoE) has suggested that major reductions in mercury discharges to water could be achieved through controls on the disposal of dental amalgam. Aquatic inputs are one of the biggest contributors to human exposure, and dental discharges account for 81% of the mercury discharged to sewer.

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