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The Biocarbone process as a secondary treatment alternative for the Kruger Inc. newsprint plant, Bromptonville


, : The Biocarbone process as a secondary treatment alternative for the Kruger Inc. newsprint plant, Bromptonville. Pulp and Paper Canada 93(3): 47-51

Studies of the performance limitations of biological filtration in treating waste waters from the Bromptonville, Quebec, newsprint plant of Kruger Inc. in conditions of controlled flow, organic loading and suspended solids loading are reported. Space restrictions at the plant led to trials of the Biocarbone aerated biofilter process.


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