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According to Cascades, Intersan provides the green energy at a competitive price, enabling Cascades to fulfill a major part of the fuel requirements of the Saint-Jerome, Quebec, paper mill for the next 10 years, while also reducing its energy costs.
Subsequently, the profiles are run through a three or four tank cleaning and cooling cascade and exit the system absolutely salt free, dry and at the required temperature.
Not only does iodine enhance the sensitivity of cells to radiation, but, he points out, when irradiated with X-rays of the proper energy, iodine will also become "activated," unleashing a cascade of biologically toxic electrons (see diagram).