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Estimation of load of dairy effluents with chlorine-based disinfectants. Part 2


Deutsche Milchwirtschaft Hildesheim 42(39): 1286-1289
Estimation of load of dairy effluents with chlorine-based disinfectants. Part 2
Chlorine, used as a disinfectant in the dairy industry, can form chlorinated hydrocarbons in the presence of suitable compounds. There are as yet no data on chlorine radicals from the dairy industry known to react with other substances to form chlorinated hydrocarbons. It cannot be assumed that such compounds are not formed; 0.1% of amounts used are assumed to originate from the dairy industry, based on studies on domestic effluent.


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