Getting into the Grind: Innovations in Wood Processing

Merrill, Lynn
September 1998
World Wastes;Sep98, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p38
Trade Publication
Discusses innovations in wood processing in the United States. Development of wood processing operations as an offshoot of an on-going non-waste operation; Contract of Wood Recycle and Compost Center with Springfield, Missouri; Market demand creation; Uses of wood fiber. INSET: Not the Same Old Chop-and-Grind.


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