Garbage Slogan Needed

Miller, Chaz
May 1999
Waste Age;May99, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p92
Trade Publication
Comments on the necessity for politicians and policymakers to establish a unified policy statement for garbage and refuse disposal in the United States. Suggestion to replace the slogan which states to reduce, refuse and recycle wastes; Importance of recognizing that refuse disposal is a public health issue.


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