Control of mercury emissions: policies, technologies, and future trends

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Rhee, Seung-Whee;

Seung-Whee Rhee Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyonggi University, Suwon, Republic of Korea Abstract: Owing to the Minamata Convention on Mercury and the Global Mercury Partnership, policies and regulations on mercury management in advanced countries were int... View more
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