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How Low Is Too Low? (View PDF)
Several Years of Low-Dissolved-Oxygen Operations Improve Effluent Quality
By Joe R. Tamburini and Ronald G. Schuyler
WE&T magazine; June 2009; Vol. 21, No. 6; pp 32-39
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