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Air Superfund National Technical Guidance Study Series : Estimation of air impacts for the excavation of contaminated soil /
Are We Controlling Water Pollution in the Southeast.
Best Management Practices to Mitigate Non-point Source Pollution at Abandoned Mines (workshop, 18th Annual AML Conference, Kalispell, Montana, September 17, 1996)
Estimation of air impacts for the excavation of contaminated soil /
Follow-up study of the distribution and fate of polychlorinated biphenyls and benzenes in soil and ground water samples after an accidental spill of transformer fluid.
Followup Study of the Distribution and Fate of Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Benzenes in Soil and Groundwater Samples After an Accidental Spill of Transformer Fluid.
Managing hazardous substances accidents
Oil Pollution Control (An Oversimplified Explanation).
Sleuth : strategies and lessons to eliminate unused toxicants, help! : educational activities on the disposal of household hazardous waste : report D of the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Project /
Successes and Failures with Oil Spills in Southeastern Inland Waters.
The Southern Appalachians : a changing world /
Treatment and Stabilization of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) Contaminated Water and Waste Oil. A Case Study. Whitehouse, Florida.
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