A salute to the private haulers

Knapp, Bill
December 1997
World Wastes;Dec97, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
Expresses admiration for private sector refuse disposal and collection companies in the United States. Comparison between public and private operations; Distinctions in requirements on employees; Differences in philosophy regarding budgeting, costing and profit-making.


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