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More about the global mercury treaty

Published 01/27/2013, Duluth News Tribune

The treaty — called the Minamata Convention on Mercury — sets what will become legally binding and enforceable limits on mercury. It will be formally celebrated in October in Japan, but still must be ratified by the signatory nations.

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