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Topic Author Source Vol. no Pg. no
Accelerated hydrolysis and acidification of municipal solid waste (MSW) in a flushing anaerobic bio-reactor using treaded leachate recirculation. Z. Wang, C. J. Banks WMR, Jun 2000 18-3 215-
Origin of low carbon/ nitrogen ratios in leachate from old MSW landfills. Ismail Trabelsi, Hideo Horibe, Nobutoshi Tanaka, Toshihiko Matsuto WMR, Jun 2000 18-3 224-
Policy incentives to minimize generation of municipal solid waste D C. Taylor WMR October 2000 18:5 406
Comparison of dispersion models for assessing odour from MSW S E. Hobbs, P. Longhurst, U. Sarkar & R W. Sneath WMR October 2000 18:5 420
Alternative MSW treatment options to reduce global greenhouse gases emissions – the Israeli example Ofira Ayalon, Yoram Avnimelech. WMR, December 2000 18-6 538
Cost benefit analysis of introducing technology to rapidly degrade MSW William P. Clarke WMR, Dec 2000 18-6 510
Investigative strategies and risk assessment of old unlined MSW landfills. E. Hoehn, C. A. Johnson, P. Huggenberger*, A. Amirbahman, A. Peter, H. R. Zweifel. WMR, Dec 2000 18-6 577


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