Wednesday, September 29, 2010

NY Time story asks "How clean are your dishes."

NY Time story asks "How clean are your dishes.": "NY Time story asks 'How clean are your dishes.'"

Phosphates pose a threat to aquatic life and can end up in drinking-water reservoirs. In response to new laws, more and more makers of dishwasher detergents are reducing the amounts of phosphates in their products. But, according to a recent article published by The New York Times, "Cleaner for the Environment, Not for the Dishes," consumers claim their low-phosphate detergents aren't getting the job done.

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