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Headquarters in Netherlands

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13 July 2001

Unilever admits to toxic dumping: will clean up but not come clean [India]

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13 July 2001

Unilever admits to toxic dumping: will clean up but not come clean [India]

Author: Dyan M. Neary, Earth Times News Service

Finally conceding to citizens groups and Greenpeace, the Anglo-Dutch multinational Unilever has agreed to permanently close its mercury thermometer factory in India, the largest in the world. While the company will implement a cleanup of 5.3 tons of...

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Article
1 April 2001

Unilever's Dumping Fever

Author: Nityanand Jayaraman, Multinational Monitor

[regarding thermometer factory in India and mercury-contaminated toxic wastes]

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1 April 2001

Voluntary Approaches to Corporate Responsibility: Readings and a Resource Guide

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Article
22 March 2001

Unilever admits to dumping of mercury in Indian tourist town

Author: Greenpeace

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Article
7 March 2001

Greenpeace accuses Unilever of negligence over mercury poisoning of Indian tourist resort

Author: Greenpeace

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Article
1 January 1996

Hindustan Lever in India

Author: Jane Nelson/Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum [now International Business Leaders Forum], in collaboration with The World Bank and The UN Development Programme

in "Business as partners in development: Creating wealth for countries, companies and communities"

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