Toxicity of conventional, elemental chlorine‐free, and totally chlorine‐free kraft‐pulp bleaching effluents assessed by shortterm lethal and sublethal bioassays

@article{Tarkpea1999ToxicityOC,
  title={Toxicity of conventional, elemental chlorine‐free, and totally chlorine‐free kraft‐pulp bleaching effluents assessed by shortterm lethal and sublethal bioassays},
  author={Maria Tarkpea and Britta Eklund and Margareta Linde and Bengt Erik Bengtsson},
  journal={Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={18}
}
The toxicity of nine effluents from Swedish kraft‐pulp mills using conventional, elemental chlorine‐free (ECF) and totally chlorine‐free (TCF) bleaching processes was studied. Effluents represented six different processes: conventional‐softwood 30% ClO2; ECF‐softwood; TCF‐hardwood, for which all the samples were taken before and after secondary treatment; conventional‐softwood 8% ClO2; TCF‐softwood O3/H2O2; and TCF‐softwood H2O2. Comparison of effluents, which had not undergone secondary… 

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