Infographic: Dead Pigs in China’s River

In March 2013, 16,000 dead pigs in China were dumped in Shanghai’s main source of drinking water, the Huangpu River. One year on, here’s a reminder of the effect of the disasterous event. (asiafoodinspection.com)
In March 2013, 16,000 dead pigs in China were dumped in Shanghai’s main source of drinking water, the Huangpu River. One year on, here’s a reminder of the effect of the disasterous event. (asiafoodinspection.com)

In March 2013, 16,000 dead pigs in China were dumped in Shanghai’s main source of drinking water, the Huangpu River. One year on, here’s a reminder of the effect of the disasterous event, via a colorful infographic from Asia FoodInspection, which puts a bright light on a not-so-bright topic.

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