Pulp and paper technical guidance: questions and answers to assist mills
Table of contents
- 1. What is the purpose of the 2010 Pulp and Paper Technical Guidance Document?
- 2. Which effects are mills required to investigate?
- 3. What is a confirmed effect?
- 4. What does the investigation of confirmed effects involve?
- 5. What are the effects designated as highest risk at the current time?
- 6. What is considered a large effect?
- 7. What is a critical effect size?
- 8. Should confirmed effects in different components be investigated concurrently?
- 9. What if a mill has confirmed effects in one component but has confirmed no effects in another component?
- 10. What level of effort is appropriate for investigating a confirmed effect?
- 11. What if a mill has unconfirmed effects?
- 12. What if effects have been observed in studies external to the EEM program?
- 13. Generic Examples
Questions and Answers to Assist Mills in Using the 2010 Pulp and Paper Technical Guidance Document
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