Water at Japan's new Tsukiji fish market contaminated
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Tokyo officials said Friday they had found levels of benzene 130 times above the recommended amount in groundwater at the new site for the country’s famed Tsukiji fish market. The high levels of contamination were detected in December in one of the inspection wells at the Toyosu market, said Michio Yasuma, an infrastructure coordination official with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
Water at Japan's new Tsukiji fish market contaminated. (2018, April 7). Manila Bulletin, p. 6.
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