Thomas the tainted engine

Seelig, Fred
August 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;8/6/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the kids being protected from unwanted situations including traffic, abusers and the terms like disease and death. He believes in buying organic foods and articles free from harmful chemicals for his kids including lead-painted toys. An overview of quality control problems of the Chinese goods is offered. He suggests strict measures to be adopted by the governments, the importers and the manufacturers to protect the kids from threat to their physical and mental health.


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