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Indiana city targets dentists over mercury in water

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ELKHART, Ind. (AP) — Dentists' offices in Elkhart will be asked to use amalgam separators to capture mercury used in some fillings as the city works to reduce levels of the metal in wastewater discharged from its treatment plant. The Indiana Department of Environmental Management notified the city in a Dec. 31 letter that average mercury levels for June, August and October exceeded the...

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