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American Advances in Wastewater Treatment Related to Toxics Control and to Sludge Management.
Baghouse efficiency on a multiple hearth incinerator burning sewage sludge /
Conversion of Municipal Sludge to Oil.
Conversion of Municipal Sludge to Oil. (Journal Version).
Destruction of Enteric Bacteria and Viruses during Two-Phase Digestion.
Highlights in U.S. Technological Development in Landfilling of Sludge.
Microbial Destructions Achieved by Full-Scale Anaerobic Digestion.
Optimization of Blue Plains dewatering technology
Organic chemical toxicology of fishes /
Pathogen Reduction Studies in EPA's (Environmental Protection Agency's) Sludge Management Program.
Pulmonary Function Adaptation to Ozone in Subjects with Chronic Bronchitis.
Recent Developments in Thermophilic Sludge Digestion in the United States.
Relationship between Free Liquids and Solids Content for Sewage Sludges.
Risk of infectious disease from use of sludge on land and methods to reduce these risks
Separation of Metals in Wastewater Sludge by Centrifugal Classification.
Sludge Treatment and Disposal Seminar Handout. Part 1. Introduction and Sludge Processing.
The technical basis of pathogen and vector attraction reduction requirements in EPA's regulation proposed February 1989.
United States Practice in Sludge Treatment and Disposal.
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