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ITRC (Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council). 2013. Biochemical Reactors for Treating Mining- Influenced Water. BCR-1. Washington, D.C.: Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council, Biochemical Reactors for Mining-Influenced Waste Team. http://www.itrcweb.org/bcr-1/.
Publication Date: November 2013