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Microbial remediation of NTO in aqueous industrial wastes

Industrial waste based compost as a source of novel cellulolytic strains and enzymes

Conflict, Accommodation, and Compromise: Connecticut's Attempt to Control Industrial Wastes in the Progressive Era

Gas exchange and foliage characteristics of two poplar clones grown in soil amended with industrial waste

Impact of trace element addition on biogas production from food industrial waste – linking process to microbial communities

Flow cytometric measurement of micronuclei induced in a permanent fish cell line as a possible screening test for the genotoxicity of industrial waste waters

How did the Invisible Hand Handle Industrial Waste? By-product Development before the Modern Environmental Era

Characterization of Jamaican Agro-Industrial Wastes. Part II, Fatty Acid Profiling Using HPLC: Precolumn Derivatization with Phenacyl Bromide

Characterization of Jamaican Agro-Industrial Wastes. Part I: Characterization of Amino Acids Using HPLC: Pre-column Derivatization with Phenylisothiocyanate

Measurement of physiochemical parameters and determination of the level of radiological threat to the population associated with the Karnaphuli River sediment containing municipal and industrial wastes of Chittagong city in Bangladesh

Industrial Disasters, Toxic Waste, and Community Impact: Health Effects and Environmental Justice Struggles around the Globe By Francis O. Adeola Lexington Books. 2012. 306 pages. $44.99 paperback, $95.00 hardback

 

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Any unwanted materials from an industrial operation or activity, which includes liquid, sludge, and solid and hazardous waste.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology — Environmental Science.


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