Changes mark triumph over mercury

I'd like to congratulate the environmental group Savannah Riverkeeper and all those connected with Olin Corp.'s agreement to change to mercury-free technology in the production of chlorine by 2012. I know it's been a long, hard struggle to win over Olin, but well worth the effort.

It's always a huge win when people realize that mercury, the second- most toxic element on Earth, needs to be controlled so that the least amount possible will escape into the atmosphere and cause neurological damage.

We need to control too much mercury from entering our bodies in any form, including vaccines.

Maurine Meleck



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