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Detergents that are Harmful to the Environment Might be Banned from 2013

By: Andrew Wilson | Jun 23, 2011 03:34 AM

MPs of Euro have recently shown their interest in banning certain detergents used in washing clothes with an aim to keep beeches and water ecosystems clean. European Parliament also called for more eco-friendly laundry products and a maximum of 0.5g of phosphorus compound usage in a standard laundry load.

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According to S&D spokesman, ├ůsa Westlund detergents with more phosphate content or phosphorus substance can harm the sea by increasing the growth of algae. Phosphate-free detergents are commonly available in the market today. They are cheap and would do a world of good to the environment.

This detergent along with eco-labeled washing machines will help us in washing eco-friendly as well as economically. Scientists have supported this development saying that the disposal of phosphorus constituents into the sea would also mean risk of life for the sea-living creatures. The government has promised a ban on use of phosphates in washing machines by 2013 and the same would be implemented in dishwashers by 2015.

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