Timing Just Right to Upgrade Tennessee Solid Waste Facility

Umbach, Edward
September 1998
World Wastes;Sep98, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on the upgrade of the solid waste facility in Knoxville, Tennessee. Grants offered by the state to build a permanent household hazardous waste collection center; Initial feasibility study conducted by Draper Aden Associates; Evaluation of Knox County sites.


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