Mobile Shelters: Get One to Take Five?

Biass, Eric H.
August 2004
Armada International;Aug/Sep2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p50
Provides information on mobile shelters used in the armed forces. Advantage of aluminum shelters compared to steel shelters; Description of a mobile shelter system developed by G3 Systems in Great Britain; Use of the Hygiclair C75 waste-water treatment plant developed by Öko-Consult with AIM specialist enterprises, Lizenz and Sanitec of France.


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