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1992 proceedings 38th Annual Technical Meeting : Nashville, Tenn., May 3-8, 1992 /
1994 proceedings education for technical excellence : 40th Annual Technical Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 1-6, 1994 /
Analysis of the effect on the arsenic markets if the ASARCO Tacoma primary copper smelter ceases arsenic production /
Control of hydrocarbon emissions from petroleum liquids /
Earned value management systems /
Economic and Administrative Feasibility Analysis of Alternative New-Car NOx Emission Charge Strategies.
EPA's SF6 Emission Reduction Partnership: Maximizing the Benefits of SF6 Emission Reductions for Electric Utilities.
Food waste recovery : processing technologies and industrial techniques /
Forsaken food : the impact and opportunity of food waste /
Interim Protocol for Testing the Effects of Microbial Pathogens on Spiders (Arachnida: Aranae).
Leather Industry: A Study of the Impact of Pollution Control Costs. Volume I. Executive Summary.
Process Demonstration and Cost Analysis of a Mass Production Forging Technique for Automotive Turbine Wheels. Phase I.
Review of magnesium nitrate as a dehydrating agent for use in the manufacture of nitrocellulose.
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