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History of the sulfate standard

Published 08/26/2012, Duluth News Tribune

Sulfates are ions containing sulfur that can come from decaying plants and animals as well as from industrial processes such as mine discharges, mine stockpiles and waste piles, tanneries, steel mills, pulp mills, textile plants and wastewater treatment plants.

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