Composting: Yard and Municipal Solid Waste
This book aims to aid decision-makers in planning, siting, designing, and operating composting facilities. It is also useful to citizens, regulators, consultants, and vendors interested in the composting of yard trimmings and municipal solid waste.
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Chapter One Planning
Chapter Two Bosic Composting Principles Continued
Chapter Four Processing Methods Technologies and Odor Control
Planning health risks including bioaerosols to workers at compost
Environmental Health and Safety Concerns
Chapter Seven State Legislation and Incentives
Chapter Nine Product Quality and Marketing
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