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View Resource The Great Lakes, the Pulp and Paper Industry, and ECF

Documents a history of environmental protection that keeps on flowing. Discusses in brief the ECF success story in the Great Lakes Region and how the international pulp and paper industry responded...

http://aet.org/reports/communication_resources/pamphlets/mai...
View Resource Chlorine Dioxide: A Single Atom Makes all the Difference

Small changes in molecular structure can generate very large differences in effect. In papermaking, the switch from molecular chlorine gas to chlorine dioxide -- a seemingly small change on the...

http://aet.org/reports/communication_resources/fact_sheets/a...
View Resource Elemental Chlorine-Free (ECF): What the Experts Say

Members of the scientific, academic, governmental, and interest group communities applaud ECF technology for its the superior environmental performance of ECF and discuss chlorine dioxide's...

http://aet.org/reports/communication_resources/pamphlets/exp...
View Resource A Single Technology for Remediating PDAs, Nitro/Nitrate Residues, PCBs, CAHs, Herbicides and Pesticides from Soils and Sludges with Na/Nh3

Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PNAs) from creasote wood treatment plants and nitrated organic residues from munitions/explosives/propellant manufacturing contaminate soils at over 120 sites, many...

http://water.usgs.gov/wrri/01grants/prog-compl-reports/2001M...
View Resource Reducing Our Footprint, Making Our Mark

This article, offered on the Heartland Institute's website, describes the justified use of chlorine. It was originally published by the American Chemistry Council.

http://www.heartland.org/Article.cfm?artId=15233
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