This poster presents data on the types of bacteria which produced elevated, most probable number (MPN) fecal coliform values in an industrial waste treatment plant effluent. The principal influent stream, a pulp and paper mill wastewater, contained principally Klebsiella species of environmental, not enteric origin. Fecal streptococci and enterococci were low in numbers. Eight disinfectants were tested on a small (currently acid disinfected) municipal wastewater incoming stream and on the main plant effluent.

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