There is an interesting LEGO-related question on Stack Exchange nobody was able to answer so far, and it made me curious too. Anyone knows anything about this? @Istokg or someone else?
"I remember a rumour from my youth in the late seventies / early eighties, that there was supposedly cadmium in older (relative to that time) Lego bricks. Searching for Lego cadmium yields quite a lot of hits, but so far, nothing conclusive.
I also note that Lego has never recalled any old bricks, which I admit would be next to impossible: how would the general public be able to distinguish between older and newer bricks? Has cadmium ever been used in Lego bricks? If so, in what quantities? How about other toxic metals?"
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