Dryden Chemical Company

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... Nation experienced mercury poisoning from Dryden Chemical Company, a chloralkali process plant, located in Dryden, Ontario that supplied both sodium hydroxide and chlorine used in large amounts for ... Dryden Chemical company discharged their effluent into the Wabigoon-English River system ... Both the paper and chemical companies ceased operations in 1976, after 24 years of operations ...

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