Initiating a national effort to improve solid waste management
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Initiating a national effort to improve solid waste management a comprehensive chronicle (SW-14) of activities and accomplishments in solid waste management within the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare under authority of the Solid waste disposal act of 1965. by United States. Environmental Protection Agency.

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Written in English



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  • Refuse and refuse disposal -- United States.

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LC ClassificationsTD788 .A45
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 107 p.
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5739676M
LC Control Number70614825

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CONTENTS I. INITIATING A NATIONAL EFFORT TO IMPROVE 1 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT II. HISTORY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ACT IV IT IES 9 IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT The Postwar Years 10 The Solid Waste Disposal Act 11 Organization under PHEW 17 Office of Solid Wastes 17 Solid Wastes Program 17 Bureau of Solid Waste . Initiating a National Effort to Improve Solid Waste Management Paperback – Septem by Berger-Di Donato, Andrea (Author), U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (Creator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Authors: Berger-Di Donato, Andrea. Solid Wastes An Environmental Science and Technology Reprint Book. 9. "What's Ahead in Solid '.Vaste Management." II. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT POLICY Initiating a National Effort to Improve Solid Waste Management. 6. "Federal ions in Solid Waste. The Role of Packaging in Solid Waste Management, Sustainable Management of Solid Waste. In book: Sustainable Resource Recovery and Zero Waste Approaches, pp their management. Despite the many effort s .

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