Gone with the wind

Swartz, Nikki
June 1998
World Wastes;Jun98, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p60
Trade Publication
Discusses odor control tactics being used by creative solid waste managers in the United States. Covering bases; Neutralizer units; Foggers, deodorizers and deodorizing liquids. INSETS: Four questions to ask before battling odor.;The science of stink..


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