A Clean Fix For Toxic Photographic Fixers
Canadian photography student made news last year with his discovery that Lake Ontario held enough contaminants to develop his pictures. Ironically, this pollution is due partly to the thousands of gallons of photographic fixer--containing silver and other hazardous chemicals--used to stabilize photo images, then illegally dumped down the drain.
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