||Demonstration Project Abstracts, Solid Wastes Program. Supplement A.
||National Center for Urban and Industrial Health, Cincinnati, Ohio
Solid waste disposal ;
Waste processing ;
Waste management ;
Solid waste treatment ;
Solid waste collection systems ;
Waste water reuse ;
Sewage treatment ;
Refuse disposal ;
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||The abstracts in this supplement describe projects that were given awards by the Solid Wastes Program of the Public Health Service's National Center for Urban and Industrial Health. The projects are of two kinds. Some are designed to demonstrate the feasibility of new and improved technology for solid waste disposal. Others investigate the development of area-wide solid waste management systems to replace unsanitary and uneconomic operations by individual communities. The Solid Wastes Program is aimed at initiating across the nation the adoption of practices and systems for disposing of solid wastes which protect human health and scenic beauty.
||PC A03/MF A01