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Between 1928 and 1976, a sawmill was located at the shore of Brosjön in the small village of Ydrefors in Ydre municipality in eastern Sweden. During the last ten years of the sawmill's operating years, a product namned Servarex was used to prevent fungus attacks of the timber. Servarex caused a contamination of dioxins in the soil, as well as pentachlorophenol (PCP) in groundwater. In the main study, the sampling revealed concentrations of dioxins (610,000 ng/kg) that was the highest detecteddoi:10.15626/eco-tech.2014.026 fatcat:v72e3q5gyzf67fdkd56kz45rye