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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
     
     
    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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