Topeka research project studies reuse of water softening residuals

April 1995
Journal of Environmental Health;Apr1995, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p30
Academic Journal
Reports that Burns & McDonnell and the City of Topeka Department of Public Works are studying the reuse of water softening plant residuals as a chemical reagent to help reduce sulfur dioxide emissions from coal-fired electric power plants. Wet limestone flue gas desulfurization.


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