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Eldorado

Lead from Notre-Dame fire found in honey

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Eldorado

"Elevated levels of lead have been found in samples of honey from hives downwind of the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire, collected three months after the April 2019 blaze.

"While all the honey fell within the EU’s allowable limits for safe consumption, honey from hives downwind of the Notre-Dame fire had average lead concentrations up to four times that of samples collected in the suburbs or countryside surrounding the city, and up to three and a half times the amount found in Parisian honey pre-dating the fire."

Full report at Technology Networks: Link

"Honey Maps the Pb Fallout from the 2019 Fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral, Paris: A Geochemical Perspective"

Paper at ACS Pubs: Link

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seanjo

Do they know how the fire started yet?

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