EU moves to phase out harmful washing powders

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Tough new standards to limit use of phosphates in washing powders and dishwasher detergent

The European Parliament has approved new rules that will require washing powders and dishwasher detergents to become almost phosphorus-free, in a move designed to protect river and marine habitats and...

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