GN 2.1.5.963а-00

GN 2.1.5.963а-00

Name in English:
GN 2.1.5.963а-00

Name in Russian:
ГН 2.1.5.963а-00

Description in English:
Maximum permissible concentrations (MPC) of chemicals in water of water objects of drinking and cultural-domestic water use. Amendment No. 2 to GN 2.1.5.689-98

Description in Russian:
Предельно допустимые концентрации (ПДК) химических веществ в воде водных объектов хозяйственно-питьевого и культурно-бытового водопользования». Дополнение № 2 к ГН 2.1.5.689-98

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Electronic (pdf/doc)

Page count:
4

Delivery time (for English version):
2 business days

Delivery time (for Russian version):
1 business day

SKU:
GN00011

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