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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E R Hall; Alan G Colodey; International Association on Water Quality.
|Notes:||On cover: IAWQ, International Association on Water Quality.|
|Description:||ix, 407 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Wastewater Treatment. In-Mill Monitoring and Wastewater Characterization. The effects of oxygen delignification, complete chlorine dioxide substitution, and biological treatment on bleached kraft mill effluent quality (M.M. Hasegawa, D.A. Barton). Biotreatment Fundamentals and In-Mill Processes. Alternatives for treating recirculated newsprint whitewater at high temperatures (O. Tardif, E.R. Hall). Anaerobic Treatment and Chlorinated Organics. Anaerobic degradation kinetics of 2,4-dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) with linear sorption ( Z. Ning et al. ). Aerobic Treatment. Quantification of resin acids in CTMP (chemithermomechanical pulping) effluents using an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (K. Li et al. ). Nutrients and Novel Treatment Issues. Solid, slightly soluble phosphorus compounds as nutrient source in activated sludge treatment of forest industry wastewaters. (P.-R. Rantala, H. Wirola). Biofilm Processes and Solid Wastes. Treatment of integrated newsprint mill wastewater in moving bed biofilm reactors (A. Broch-Due et al. ). Solid substrate anaerobic co-digestion of paper mill sludge, biosolids, and municipal solid waste (H.M. Poggi-Varaldo et al. ). Wastewater Treatment Highlights. Experiences of wastewater treatment in Chilean forest industry (S. Videla, C. Diez). Advanced Oxidation Processes. Enhanced biodegradability by oxidative and radiative wastewater treatment (C.H. Mobius, M. Cordes-Tolle). Chemical Treatment Issues. Effect of synthetic and natural coagulant on lignin removal from pulp and paper wastewater (H. Ganjidoust et al. ). Environmental Effects Monitoring. Plenary Session. Characterization of plant sterols from 22 US pulp and paper mills (D.L. Cook et al. ). Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) Workshop. A comparison of the results of freshwater aquatic toxicity testing of pulp and paper mill effluents (H.C. Bailey, L. Young). An effects-based approach to regulating the pulp and paper industry: the New Zealand scene (P. Dell et al. ). Bioaccumulation of dehydroabietic acid in rainbow trout ( oncorhynchus mykiss ): role of biotransformation enzymes (T.R. Stuthridge et al. ). Designing environmental monitoring for pulp mills in Australia (M.J. Keough, B.D. Mapstone).|
|Series Title:||Water science and technology, v. 35, no. 2-3.|
|Responsibility:||editors, E.R. Hall and A.G. Colodey.|
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