Franklin reports the shape of things to come

May 1998
World Wastes;May98, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
Forecasts waste management trends. Increase in the rate of recycling and composting; Major hurdles to be overcome if the 1980s trend to increase recovery is to continue beyond 2000; Market for recovered materials; Challenges faced by local communities regarding recycled materials.


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