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Report identifies lead contamination of children in Mt Isa MP3

Research published today has found emissions from the multi-national miner Glencore Xstrata at Mt Isa are directly linked to lead contamination in local children. Scientists have found the emissions frm the mine have turned up levels of lead all around the city. The ABC has a sought a response from Glencore-Xstrata in relation to the study. It says it's doing its own research into the city's air quality, and a human ... Source: abc.net.au

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