Growing a grassroots effort

Pollock, Will
December 1998
World Wastes;Dec98, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p44
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of the Iowa Great River Regional Waste Authority in turning compost facilities into a cooperative network. Reduction of compost marketing to a home-grown science; Details of the program of the authority.


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