Reducing mercury in fish to safe levels for consumption will require an 86 percent reduction in mercury from air pollution sources in the state and worldwide, state environmental officials said Monday.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection wrapped up a series of workshops held across the state on a plan to reduce to reduce mercury, which can cause health problems including harm to neurological development in children.
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