Dow, Proctor & Gamble in Great Lakes

Posted on May 6, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

When polluters come crying to government, the rest of us suffer.
In fact, this is no more than
special pleading by one major manufacturer, Proctor & Gamble, which controls well over half the detergent market through Cascade. A number of smaller companies, notably Colgate-Palmolive, have managed to make and market phosphate-free detergents. Why should Proctor &; Gamble get to set Maryland’s environmental agenda based on its own ease and convenience?  Read more By David Dempsey

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