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Air Pollution from Chlorination Processes.
Alternatives for Hazardous Waste Management in the Inorganic Chemicals Industry.
Chlorine Dioxide Water Disinfection: A Prospective Epidemiology Study.
Economic assessment of potential hazardous waste control guidelines for the inorganic chemical industry /
Evaluation of Refrigerant from Mobile Air Conditioners.
Improved temperature stability of sulfur dioxide samples collected by the Federal reference method /
Inactivation of Particle-Associated Coliforms by Chlorine and Monochloramine.
Increasing ARCAT (Trade Name) Test Sensitivity for Examination of Potable Waters.
Industrial process profiles for environmental use : Chapter 15, brine and evaporite chemicals industry /
Inorganic Analyses in Water Quality Control Programs. Training Manual.
Inorganic Analyses in Water Quality Control Programs; Training Manual.
Management of bottom sediments containing toxic substances : proceedings of the fourth U.S.-Japan Experts' Meeting, October 1978, Tokyo, Japan /
Management of bottom sediments containing toxic substances : proceedings of the third U.S.-Japan Experts' Meeting, November 1977, Easton, Md. /
Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume XII. Industrial and Municipal Disposal Candidate Waste Stream Constituent Profile Reports. Inorganic Compounds.
Reregistration Eligibiligy Document (RED): Sodium and Calcium Hypochlorites.
Toxicity of residual chlorine compounds to aquatic organisms /
Using Chlorine Dioxide for Trihalomethane Control.
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