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View Resource Incinerator and Landfill Cost Data

*Survey of ETC Member Companies. The prices shown above within a particular waste category (e.g., "Bulk Pumpable Sludges") represent a wide range (low to high) for various reasons. For example,...

http://www.etc.org/costsurvey8.cfm
View Resource Hazardous Waste Incineration: Advanced Technology to Protect the Environment

This Environmental Technology Council-sponsored website contains a useful description of hazardous waste incineration. "The purpose of this report is to inform both public officials and the...

http://www.etc.org/technologicalandenvironmentalissues/treat...
View Resource WASTEC : Waste Equipment Technology Association

WASTEC is the trade association representing companies which design, build, distribute, service and consult with respect to the equipment and technology systems that are used to collect, contain,...

http://www.wastec.org/
View Resource North American Hazardous Materials Management Association Website

NAHMMA is a professional organization dedicated to pollution prevention and reducing the hazardous constituents entering municipal waste streams from households, small businesses and other entities...

http://www.nahmma.org/
View Resource ASTSWMO : Association of State and Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials

ASTSWMO focuses on the needs of State hazardous waste programs, nonhazardous municipal solid waste and industrial waste programs, recycling, waste minimization and reduction programs, Superfund and...

http://www.astswmo.org/
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