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Re: neutralizing chlorides




1) The P2 solution would be to find out where the chloride is coming
from and, if possible, eliminate it. 

2) As Mike Callahan pointed out, you can't "neutralize" the chloride
ion along the lines suggested. Rather you would have to create a
chloride compound that would remain stable during smelting or at least
during the "free chloride" test, probably a tall order.


Kirk Mills
Pollution Prevention Program
Colorado Department of Public Health 
     and Environment
4300 Cherry Creek Drive So.
Denver, Co  80246-1530
Ph: (303) 692-2977
Fax: (303) 782-4969
Email: kirk.mills@state.co.us

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