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February 17th, 2011
NZ – Cadmium in Soils to be Actively Managed

“Excessive levels of cadmium in soils can restrict land use flexibility and increases the risks from cadmium entering the food chain, which can have implications for human health.

The Cadmium Management Strategy is a best practice approach to ensure that cadmium in rural soils remains a minimal risk to health, trade, land use flexibility and the environment over the next 100 years, while supporting the ongoing economic contribution of the primary sector.

It was presented yesterday to industry at the annual Fertiliser and Lime Research Centre Workshop, at Massey University.

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