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Nations meet in Geneva to make mercury history
by Simon Bradley
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25 September 2017
On 25 September 2017 Swissinfo.ch reported:
Signatories to the first global treaty to rein in mercury pollution are gathered in Geneva this week to discuss how to seek further progress. Switzerland, a trader of mercury, is mulling over how to implement the convention. Mercury is a highly toxic heavy metal considered by the World Health Organization to be one of the top ten chemicals of major public health concern.
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