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Title

Determination of Total and Dimethyl Mercury in Raw Landfill Gas with Site Screening for Elemental Mercury at Eight Washington State Landfills

 
Publication number Date Published
05-04-039 July 2005
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Author(s) Frontier Geosciences, Inc.
Description To help reduce human exposure to PBT's in the environment, Washington targeted mercury as the first compound to study under the state's PBT initiative. As part of the effort to understand and quantify anthropogenic sources of mercury, the Department of Ecology proposed this study of mercury emissions in some of the state's landfills.
NOTES: This publication was originally released in the Waste to Resources Program as 05-07-039. On April 6, 2017, this publication was transferred and renumbered in its original format to enter the Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program publications as 05-04-039. Both versions and numbers are available in the State and Ecology libraries.
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Keywords persistent, bioaccumulative toxics, mercury, PBTs, landfill
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Determination of Total and Dimethyl Mercury in Raw Landfill Gas with Site Screening for Elemental Mercury at Eight Washington State Landfills for the Washington State Department of Ecology

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