The McGraw-Hill recycling handbook
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Faced with hundreds of complex questions on the details of developing and running a successful recycling program, engineer, plant and materials managers, equipment manufacturers, and municipal administrators have had no single, comprehensive reference source until now. With the publication of this authoritative handbook, there is finally one all-inclusive reference that covers every aspect of recycling procedures and technologies. From planning to implementation, from quality control factors to cost evaluation, from the psychology of the individual recycler to integrating recycling with existing landfills, here are the practical solutions and broad-based information long needed by technical professionals and public officials.