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    On December 13, 2011, the city of Luoyang in Henan Province woke to find the Jian River a blood-red color. The city's environmental protection bureau discovered that an illegal workshop was dumping red dye into the sewage pipes that drained into the river. CFP
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Orange Juice River

Often hidden, water pollution in China can also come in many forms and colors – moving with vivid hues through waterways, irrigation pipes and drinking water taps.

02.19.2013
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