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RECORD NUMBER: 3056 OF 3762

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Main Title Resource Recovery and Source Reduction. Second Report to Congress.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.
Year Published 1974
Stock Number PB-253 406
Additional Subjects Solid waste disposal ; Materials recovery ; Reclamation ; Management planning ; Regulations ; Legislation ; Government policies ; Energy conservation ; Environmental impacts ; Trends ; National government ; Automobiles ; Packaging ; Containers ; Tires ; Raw materials ; Supply(Economics) ; Demand(Economics) ; Economic analysis ; Transportation ; Taxes ; Paper ; Metal scrap ; Glass ; Steels ; Plastics ; Aluminum ; Fuels ; Refuse disposal ; Secondary materials industry ; Waste recycling ; Junk car disposal ; Beverage containers ; Tire recycling ; Metal recycling ; Glass recycling ; Paper recycling
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NTIS  PB-253 406 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 125p
Abstract
This report examines the many and diverse issues associated with this field. Its five chapters discuss (1) projected trends in resource utilization, environmental pollution, and solid waste generation that give impetus to consideration of resource recovery and source reduction measures; (2) the effects of several existing Federal policies and programs on the level of use of virgin and recycled materials; (3) resource recovery systems and the markets for materials and energy recovered from post-consumer residential and commercial waste; (4) product controls, such as bans, standards, charges and deposits, directed at regulating the design or consumption of products for resource recovery or source reduction purposes; (5) studies of resource recovery and source reduction of several special wastes: automobiles, packaging, beverage containers, and rubber tires. A summary of key findings in these areas follows.