Pardon me, boys, is that the garbage-haulin' choo-choo?

Merrill, Lynn
January 1999
World Wastes;Jan1999, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
Reveals the findings of `World Wastes' second annual survey of waste-by-rail projects in the United States (US). Information on proposed and operating disposal projects; Proposed operations/marketing philosophy; Growth plans; Contact information.


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