A British company is using its experience with metals to warn customers about the dangers of a toxic mix of metal salts.
The company, Gros Michel, is trying to convince customers that their metals have the potential to be toxic.
But its approach seems to be a little bit different from what most metals researchers are doing.
The metals industry has grown increasingly worried about metal salts that may be linked to metal toxicity, with many experts saying the risk of toxic metals such as mercury and lead is so great that the risk is so high that it is no longer worth investing in metals.
But that’s not the case for Gros, a company that has become one of the most trusted suppliers of high-end metals in the world.
Its chief executive, Tim Jansen, said the company was doing everything it could to ensure that customers are aware of its risk assessments and are not wasting their money on metals that are not as safe as they claim.
“I think the problem is, it’s not really what we do, it is what we say,” Mr. Jansen said.
“We don’t have a good science, we don’t know how to assess a lot of these metals, we’re not really sure about what’s in them, and we don