Flow controls' finer points

Shanoff, Barry
September 1997
World Wastes;Sep97, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p66
Trade Publication
Examines a lawsuit over an ordinance in Hennepin County, Minnesota, that requires locally generated waste to be delivered to county-designated transfer stations or processing facilities. Claims on the ordinance's restrictive impact to interstate commerce; Appeals court's ruling on the case; Discrimination created by county restrictions on waste destined for out-of-state shipment.


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