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by Lisa Corneliusson on 4 October, 2014

In between reports on the newly appointed Swedish ministers, and most importantly that the new minister of culture and democracy Alice Bah Kuhnke has a past as a HUMAN BEING, there’s another headline on this morning’s radio news: the Swedish Chemicals Agency reports that there’s a substantially higher amount of hazardous substances in textiles than […]

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In between reports on the newly appointed Swedish ministers, and most importantly that the new minister of culture and democracy Alice Bah Kuhnke has a past as a HUMAN BEING, there’s another headline on this morning’s radio news: the Swedish Chemicals Agency reports that there’s a substantially higher amount of hazardous substances in textiles than what we used to think. Only 53 of the 350 chemicals studied are banned in the EU. More here.


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