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ABSTRACTS :2002

 

Sr. No

Topic

Author

Source

Vol. no

Pg. no

1

Life cycle inventory for municipal solid waste management

E.J. Wilson

WMR February 2002

20:1

16

2

Life cycle inventory for Municipal Solid Waste management Part 2: MSW management scenarios and modeling

E.J. Wilson

WMR February 2002

20:1

23

3

An optimisation model for regional integrated solid waste management I. Model formulation

M. Abou Najm, M. El-Fadel, G. Ayoub, M. El-Taha, and F. Al-Awar

WMR February 2002

20:1

37

4

An optimisation model for regional integrated solid waste management II. Model application and sensitivity analyses

M. Abou Najm, M. El-Fadel, G. Ayoub, M. El-Taha, and F. Al-Awar

WMR February 2002

20:1

46

5

Vienna's biowaste compost quality development and effects of input materials

F. Phal, W. Ragalski, G. Gilnreiner, and E. Erhart

WMR April 2002

20:2

127

6

Modelling for environmental assessment of municipal solid waste landfills (Part 1: Hydrology)

Amaya Lobo Garcia de Cortazar, Javier Hierrero Lantaron, Oscar Montero Fernandez, Inaki Tejero Monzon, and Maria Fantelli Lamia

WMR April 2002

20:2

198

7

Energy recovery from New York City municipal solid wastes

Nickolas J. Thermelis, Young Hwan Kim, and Mark H. Brady

WMR June 2002

20:3

223

8

Long-term assessment of waste management options a new, integrated and goal-oriented approach

G. Doberl, R. Huber, P.H. Bruner, M. Eder, R. Pierrard, W. Shconback, W. Fruhwirth, and H. Hutterer

WMR August 2002

20:4

311

9

Methane and leachate pollutant emission potential from various fractions of municipal solid waste (MSW): Effects of source separation and aerobic treatment

Jari P.Y. Jokela, Ritta H. Kettunen, and Jukka A. Rintala

WMR October 2002

20:5

424

10

Evaluation of the potentialities to reducegreenhouse gases (GHG) emissions resulting from various treatments of municipal solid wastes (MSW) in moist tropical climates: Application to Yaounde

Emmanuel Ngnikam, Emile Tanawa, Patrick Rousseaux, Arthur Riedacker, and Remy Gourdon

WMR December 2002

20:6

501

11

Modelling for environmental assessment of municipal solid waste landfills (Part II: Biodegradation)

Amaya Lobo Garcia de Cortazar, Javier Herrero Lantaron, Oscar Montero Fernandez, Inaki Tejero Monzon, and Maria Fantelli Lamia

WMR December 2002

20:6

514

 

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