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More than 95% of the total surplus is at levels likely to contribute to nitrate contamination in water and thus to eutrophication. A quarter of total amount of nitrogen surplus originates from less than 10% of the regions.
Instead of chemical products, try using vinegar to remove lime scale from tiles, taps, kettles and irons.
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