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Title

Washington State Dioxin Source Assessment

 
Publication number Date Published
98-320July 1998
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Author(s) Yake, W.
Description This publication summarizes what Ecology knows about dioxin sources in Washington State and recommends actions Ecology might take to improve its understanding of dioxin sources and reduce the magnitude and impact of these sources on the state’s citizens and environment.
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Keywords pulp, model, information, assessment, waste, wood, kiln, dioxin, furan
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