Relative Importance of Wastewater Treatment Plants and Non-point Sources of Perfluorinated Compounds to Washington State Rivers
Relative Importance of Wastewater Treatment Plants and Non-point Sources of Perfluorinated Compounds to Washington State Rivers (Number of pages: 20) (Publication Size: 336KB)
|Author(s)||Furl, C., C. Meredith, M. Strynar, and S. Nakayama|
|Description||This site provides a pdf of the text in an article in Science of the Total Environment, Volume 409, Issue 15, July 1, 2011, pages 2902-2907. The article is co-authored by Department of Ecology staff and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency staff.|
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|Keywords||non-point source, wastewater treatment plant, science, river, water, Ecology, Environmental Protection Agency|
Perfluorinated Compounds in Washington Rivers and Lakes
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