A POSITION Paper on Mercury has been released by the European Commission, which tries to accurately measure the effect of the metal on the EU environment and human health and makes recommendations on how to limit its impact. The paper draws on the latest understanding of mercury pollution, which it says is "continuously and rapidly evolving. It also as an overview of best available technology that is can be used to reduce emissions to the atmosphere when mercury is used in industrial processes. *Executive summary ...

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