Bio-waste: A Disposal Problem or a Resource?

November 1998
World Wastes;Nov98, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
Features Germany's Technical Directive for Built-Up Area Waste that would encourage landfills to have stricter requirements and to likely accept only non-reactive incineration residues beginning in 2005. Technical treatment of bio-waste; Anaerobic treatment; Provisions of Recycling and Waste Act of 1996; Composting facilities; Customers for bio-waste fertilizers.


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