Growing a wood waste recycling program

Zinniker, Mark
September 1997
World Wastes;Sep97, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p14
Trade Publication
Presents an overview of the publication `The Wood Waste Best Practices Manual.' Categories of recycling practices; Sourcing of wood waste; Options for wood waste processors; End markets for wood waste.


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