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ABSTRACTS :2003

 
Sr. No Topic Author Source Vol. no Pg. no
1. The relation between education, knowledge and action for better waste management in Poland Malgorzata Grodzinska-Jurczak WMR February 2003 21:1 2
2. Determination of field capacity of municipal solid waste with surcharge simulation Ma. Teresa Orta de Velasquez, Reynaldo Cruz-Rivera, Nefrali Rojas-Valencia, Ignacio Monje-Ramirez, and Jorge Sanchez-Gomez WMR April 2003 21:2 137
3. ` An in depth study of the effects of socio-economic conditions on household waste recycling practices Andrew Emery, Anthony J. Griffths, and Keith P. Williams WMR June 2003 21:3 180
4. Genetic algorithms as a promising tool for optimisation of the MSW collection routes Paolo Viotti, Alessandra Pelettini, Raffaella Pomi, and Carlo Innocetti WMR August 2003 21:4 292
5. Determination of oxygen consumption for landfilled municipal solid wastes Amjad Kallel, Toshijiko Natsuto, and Nobutoshi Tanaka WMR August 2003 21:4 346
6. Report: Pipeline transport of solid waste in the Grand Holy Mosque in Makkah Karadag Dogan and Sakar Duleyman WMR October 2003 21:5 480
7. Household food waste to wastewater or to solid waste? That is The Question Carol Diggleman and Robert K. Ham WMR December 2003 21:6 501
8. Life cycle analysis of municipal solid waste management possibilities in Asturias, Spain Jesús Rodríguez-Iglesias, Elena Marañón, Leonor Castrillón, Pablo Riestra, and Herminio Sastre WMR December 2003 21:6 535
9. Solid waste disposal in urban areas and health- the case Belo Horizonte, Brazil Leo Heller and Cícero Antonio Antunes Catapreta WMR December 2003 21:6 549
 

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