Aspen is often considered one of the dirtiest laundry detergents in the world.
Aspen, a perennial perennial plant, has been used in Europe since the Middle Ages and remains the only commercially-available detergent in the UK.
But recently, aspen has become the target of a new wave of aspen pest problems that has prompted the UK government to issue a warning about its use in household washing machines.
Read more: The Aspen brand is now sold in the US, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands and Brazil, as well as the European Union, according to the UK-based Consumer Alliance.
In April, the organisation reported that the UK was the first country in the EU to issue warnings about the dangers of the product.
Aspen detergent is marketed as a natural detergent which is not made with petroleum, but the detergent contains a high level of arsenic and other heavy metals, according the organisation.
“Aspen is a product that is commonly found in kitchens and in many of our households.
It is a perennial, low-grade perennial plant that can cause problems in households where it is used for regular laundry and washing.
Asparagus and other perennial plants are an important part of the diet in many parts of the world, but it is also an important food source in the USA and Australia, where aspen is used in household cleaners, detergants and soap,” said Caroline Rothery, consumer advocate at Consumer Alliance UK.”
The widespread use of asparagus has resulted in aspen as a common ingredient in laundry deterges in the United Kingdom, including the Aspen laundry product,” she added.
The group is calling on the Government to immediately introduce a ban on the sale of the detergent in the country, and to require manufacturers to disclose the environmental impacts of their products.
“This is particularly concerning given that aspen plants are often the source of lead contamination in the countryside,” Rotherys said.
“It is not just the plants that are causing the problems, but also the way in which the products are manufactured.
The use of lead in household detergences and laundry detergs is a concern that needs to be addressed urgently.”
A spokesman for Aspen said the brand has been responsible for the safety of its products.
“As part of its ongoing commitment to ensure the sustainability of its business, Aspen has implemented strict, rigorous safety controls and standards, including rigorous testing to ensure all products are in compliance with UK and EU safety standards, as we are required to by law,” he said.
Earlier this year, Aspergers UK said it had found the product to contain as much as 99.99 per cent arsenic.
It added that its testing showed that the product was unsafe for use on humans.
A spokesperson for the Food Standards Agency said it is working with Asperges UK to assess the impact of the chemical and to develop a response.
On Tuesday, the Food and Veterinary Standards Agency in the U.K. said that aspens detergent had also been found to contain arsenic, and that it was working with the company to review the safety assessment.