EPA takes on macroencapsulation

January 1999
Chemical Week;1/6/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 1, p45
Trade Publication
Unveils the plan of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to crack down on firms that mix hazardous process wastes with nonhazardous inorganic materials for landfilling. Issue of macroencapsulation of debris from waste cleanup sites; Violation arising from mixing hazardous wastes for macroencapsulation.


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