Published: Jan 1976
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Biological monitoring is required, along with chemical and physical measurements, for complete assessment of the nature of industrial wastewaters and their impact on the quality of receiving waters. Various approaches to biological monitoring are discussed along with several examples of specific concerns of industry. The need and opportunities for industrial participation in development of biological methods are emphasized.
water quality, water pollution, aquatic biology, industrial wastes, industrial waste treatment
Environmental manager, FMC Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa.