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Reducing Mercury in the Great Lakes Region

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This page links to information on mercury reduction on topics and in sectors that have been of interest to the (currently inactive) Binational Toxics Strategy mercury workgroup.

Mercury Regulation Mercury Reduction Opportunities by Sector Institutions
Households and Small Businesses Heavy Industry

Mercury Regulation

Mercury Reduction Opportunities by Sector

Households and Small Businesses; Mercury Collection and Waste Management




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Healthcare and Dentistry

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Heavy Industry

General (Relating to all Industrial Uses of Mercury Devices)

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Chlor-alkali Industry

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Iron and Steel Production and Use of Auto Scrap

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