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Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for U and P wastes and multi-source leachate (F039) volume C: nonwastewater forms of organic U and P wastes and multi-source leachate (F039) for which there are concentration-based treatment standards : final.
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for U and P wastes and multisource leachates : volume D: reactive U & P wastewaters and nonwastewaters /
Evaluation of hazardous waste incineration in a lime kiln : Rockwell Lime Company /
Field Measurements of Full-Scale Hazardous Waste Treatment Facilities - Organic Solvent Wastes.
Greenhouse Gases from Small-Scale Combustion in Developing Countries: A Pilot Study in Manila.
Improvements to Single-Source Model. Volume I. Time-Concentration Relationships.
Policy Options for Stabilizing Global Climate. Draft Report to Congress. Executive Summary.
Proceedings of the diesel particulate control / January 27-28, 1987.
Proceedings of the Diesel Particulate Control/Alternative Fuels Symposium, January 27-28, 1987, Bismarck Hotel, Chicago, Illinois /
Proposed treatment technology background document /
Specifications for materials recovered from municipal refuse /
St. Louis refuse processing plant : equipment, facility, and environmental evaluations /
Summary of NOx Control Technologies and Their Availability and Extent of Application.
Systems analysis requirements for nitrogen oxide control of stationary sources /
Waste automotive lubricating oil reuse as a fuel /
Where the Boilers Are. A Survey of Electric Utility Boilers with Potential Capacity for Burning Solid Waste as Fuel.
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