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Need for Better Management and Control Over Scientific Equipment. (Report to the Congress).
Need for Federal Agencies to Improve Solid Waste Management Practices. (Report to the Congress).
Need to Improve Administration of The Water Pollution Research, Development, and Demonstration Program. (Report to the Congress).
Observations of Continental European Solid Waste Management Practices.
Office of Radiation Programs : program statement /
Practical Tools and Concepts for Environmental Audits and Assessments.
Problems and approaches to areawide water quality management.
Problems and Approaches to Areawide Water Quality Management. Appendix A. Suggested Representative or Model Legislation.
Problems and Approaches to Areawide Water Quality Management. Executive Summary.
Proceedings of the National Conference on Managing Irrigated Agriculture to Improve Water Quality Sponsored by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Colorado State University, May 16-18, 1972.
Public Hearings on Noise Abatement and Control Held at San Francisco, California, on September 27-29, 1971. Volume IV. Standards and Measurement Methods, Legislation and Enforcement Problems.
Quality assurance research plan : FY-1978 - FY 1982 /
Radiation safety and protection in industrial applications : proceedings of a symposium held on August 16-18, 1972, Washington, D.C. /
Regional Air Pollution Study Program Objectives and Plans.
Residual waste best management practices : a water planner's guide to land disposal /
Statistics-Based Approach to Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations.
Studies in the Analysis of Metropolitan Water Resource Systems. Volume III. The Political Evaluation of Alternative Metropolitan Water-Resource Plans.
Studies in the Analysis of Metropolitan Water Resource Systems. Volume IV. Models for Managing Metropolitan Surface Water Systems.
Study of Managerial Practices in Rural Water Systems.
Suggested Solid Waste Management Ordinance for Local Government.
System for tabulating selected measures of State air programs status /
Technical Support Document: Sulfur Dioxide Control Strategy for the State of Ohio. Volume I.
Technical, Intelligence, and Project Information System for the Environmental Health Service. Volume I. Management Assistance and Planning.
Technical, Intelligence, and Project Information System for the Environmental Health Service. Volume V. Directory of Ehs Information Facilities with Selected Supplementary Resources.
The complete book of pesticide management : science, regulation, stewardship, and communication /
The contribution of urban planning to air quality /
Urban Water Policies and Decision-Making in the Detroit Metropolitan Region.
USEPA's Regional Vulnerability Assessment Program: A Research Strategy for 2001-2006.
Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program, 1986. Volume 5. East-Central Illinois Region.
Water Center Organization and Management.
Water Quality Guidance: Development of Residuals Management Strategies.
Water Quality Guidance: Development of Residuals Management Strategies. An Executive Summary.
Water, Water Everywhere --- But. A Study of the Politico-Administrative Aspects of Water Development in Montana.
Workshop Proceedings: Toxic Sediments-Approaches to Management, June 15-17, 1988.
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