P&G promises to deliver phosphate-free detergents

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Tide, Ariel, Ace and Bonux will have phosphate eliminated within 24 months

A host of leading laundry detergent brands, including Ariel, Tide and Ace, will have phosphates eliminated within two years, Procter & Gamble announced today. The consumer goods giant said that all...

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