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Main Title Study to Identify Opportunities for Increased Solid Waste Utilization. Volume I.
CORP Author Battelle Columbus Labs., Ohio.
Year Published 1972
Report Number G06-EC-00282; 40D.1-72;
Stock Number PB-212 729
Additional Subjects ( Waste disposal ; Materials recovery) ; ( Metal industry ; Materials recovery) ; ( Paper industry ; Materials recovery) ; ( Textile industry ; Materials recovery) ; Utilization ; Scrap ; Metal scrap ; Waste papers ; Textiles ; Industries ; Marketing ; Demand(Economics) ; Supply(Economics) ; Economic factors ; Aluminum ; Copper ; Lead ; Zinc ; Nickel ; Stainless steel ; Precious metals ; Solid waste disposal ; Waste recycling ; Metal recycling ; Secondary materials industry ; Scrap recycling ; Junk car disposal
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NTIS  PB-212 729 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 178p
Abstract
The study concerns the development of greater solid waste utilization through analysis of the secondary materials industry, its sources of supply, its consuming markets, and its economic and technological problems. Eight separate materials examined are aluminum, copper, lead, zinc, nickel and stainless steel, precious metals, paper, and textiles. Problems inhibiting increased recycling of these materials are identified, and recommended actions are proposed. A survey of the secondary materials industry was the basis for many of the identified problems and also provided numerous statistics on the scrap industry. Volume 1 provides a brief summary of the other 8 volumes, plus an analysis of activities and recycling problems common to all of the commodities. Areas of commonality include such matters as legislation and its effect on recycling, and a description of the equipment used in processing secondary materials.