From waste to resource through processing proceedings of the 1976 National Waste Processing Conference : papers presented at 1976 National Waste Processing Conference, Boston, Mass., May 23-26, 1976 by National Waste Processing Conference Boston 1976.

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Statementsponsored by ASME Solid Waste Processing Division ; cooperating organizations, Air Pollution Control Association, American Academy of Environmental Engineers, American Society for Testing and Materials. --
ContributionsAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers. Solid Waste Processing Division.
LC ClassificationsTD796 .N39 1976, TD796 N38 1976
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