Waste Not

Sherman, Steven
November 2004
Fire Chief;Nov2004, Vol. 48 Issue 11, p126
Trade Publication
Focuses on the importance of a recycling program for fire departments to have greater community participation and to generate overall savings in operations. Details of advantages of the recycling program of the San Francisco Fire Department; Emphasis on team approach; Discussion of the objectives set in the training sessions organized by the department.


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