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Economic assessment of water pollution abatement options for Ontario pulp and paper mills.

Economic assessment of water pollution abatement options for Ontario pulp and paper mills.

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy in [Toronto?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paper industry -- Waste disposal -- Environmental aspects -- Ontario.,
  • Wood-pulp industry -- Environmental aspects -- Ontario.,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Economic aspects -- Ontario.,
  • Paper industry -- Waste disposal -- Economic aspects -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Environment and Energy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD428.P35 E26 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 106 p. :
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18565863M
    ISBN 100777808676
    OCLC/WorldCa39364832

    The Effects of Sedimentation on the Aquatic Biota. Land Application: This method has been preferred disposal method, especially for the acidic soil due to CaCO3 content of sludge. Although monitoring and enforcement problems are clearly a pitfall of environmental regulation, little empirical work has been done about the effect of current monitoring strategies on pollution emissions. The concentrations of dioxin in milk, cheese and yogurt are not currently being tested for dioxin by either government or industry. There might be impacts on plant and animal biodiversity, soil fertility and water quality. To evaluate pollutants and to develop treatment technologies need a holistic approach.

    Standards for the amount of heavy metals in ink have been set by some regulatory bodies. Deinking recycled paper pulp produces waste slurry which may go to landfill. Plants located in poor neighborhoods attract less regulatory attention and emit more pollution. Plants in urban areas generate less pollution, but also face somewhat less regulatory activity. Using sophisticated environmental models, Gray and Shadbegian calculate the benefits from reduced pollution as seen from the regulators' perspective.

    This is a draft report. Using wood from plantation forests addresses concerns about loss of old growth forests. Will the government and big pulp interests embrace this emerging vision of a cleaner and more sustainable industry? Great progress has been made in this area, first demonstrating reproductive effects at various locations, then determining the mechanisms responsible for the reproductive effects at specific sites, followed by the demonstration of partial recovery in reproductive function following process and treatment changes in response to the new regulations.


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A 15 page summary. Kraft Mill Effluents in Ontario. Most Economic assessment of water pollution abatement options for Ontario pulp and paper mills. book the literature in environmental economics is theoretical and simply assumes that polluters comply with regulations. It effects the upper respiratory tract.

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The wastes are stabilized via microorganisms with minimal carbon loss. This material is called "hog fuel. Every woman and man carries an accumulated body burden of dioxin.

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