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Contractor Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines for the Explosives Manufacturing Point Source Category.
Development Document for Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines, New Source Performance Standards and Pretreatment Standards for the Explosives Manufacturing Point Source Category. Subcategory E. Formulation and Packaging of Blasting Agents, Dynamite, and Pyrotechnics (Draft).
Development of an Integrated Mobile Meterological Monitoring System for Use in Open Burning and Open Detonation Activities.
Emission Factors for the Disposal of Energetic Materials by Open Burning and Open Detonation (OB/OD).
Evaluating a Magnesium-Ammonium Phosphate Suspension as a Fertilizer Material.
Flare Efficiency: The Influence of Flare Head Design and Gas Composition.
Literature Review and Bibliography of Mammalian Toxicology of Select Munitions.
Progess in Developing an Open Burn/Open Detonation Dispersion Model.
Progress in Developing an Open Burn/Open Detonation Dispersion Model.
Summary report : detoxification of Navy red dye by microwave plasma /
Survey of Methods Used to Control Wastes Containing Hexachlorobenzene.
Techniques to Improve the Environmental Safety of OB and OD Operations.
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