140 nations adopt treaty to reduce mercury emissions; Convention shall allow use of mercury preservative in vaccines ‘A lot more than 140 nations adopted the initial legally binding international treaty on Saturday targeted at reducing mercury emissions, after four years of negotiations on methods to set limitations on the usage of a highly toxic metal,’ the Associated Press/New York Instances reviews . ‘The Minimata Convention – – called for a town in Japan where a large number of people were wounded or killed by mercury poisoning – – will require its signatory nations to stage out the use of mercury in certain types of batteries, fluorescent lights, and cosmetics and soaps by 2020,’ as well as sets requirements for mining industries, among other precautionary measures, ScienceInsider writes http://sildenafilca.org/reviews .
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