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Wisconsin Wants to Limit Dishwasher Phosphorous to 0.5 Percent

June 23, 2009: 05:42 AM EST
Wisconsin is debating a measure to limit the amount of phosphorous in dishwasher soap. The state Assembly proposes a 0.5 percent maximum, to come into effect by July 2010. Eco-activists say phosphorous runoff can increase weed and algae growth in fresh water. The proposal is supported by Procter and Gamble. Republicans have questioned the need for the new requirement.
"Wis. Assembly set to pass dishwasher soap bill_06-24-09", Chicago Tribune, June 23, 2009, via Associated Press , © Associated Press
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