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View Resource Environmental Protection: The Solution Resource for Managing Air, Water, Energy and Waste Issues (Waste)

News, articles, blog posts, and products related to the environmental protection and waste management. White papers require registration.

http://eponline.com/portals/waste.aspx
View Resource Bioreactor Landfill Cell Feasibility Study ' Reference to City of Denton Subtitle-D Permit #1590A Landfill

The City of Denton Landfill, Permit #1590A, utilizes ?Dry-Tomb? techniques for disposal and promotion of municipal solid waste stabilization, as described by the Resource Conservation and Rec...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc3118/
View Resource Global Prospects Rooted in Soil Science

With a focus on soils science this review, poses eight urgent issues confronting humanity in coming decades: demands for food, water, nutrients, and energy; and challenges of climate change,...

https://www.soils.org/publications/sssaj/abstracts/75/1/1
View Resource Teaching Resources – Waste and Recycling

The EPA's extensive waste and recycling resources for K-12 teachers.

http://www.epa.gov/teachers/waste.htm
View Resource Biomass Cofiring: A Transition to a Low-Carbon Future

Biomass cofiring refers to the simultaneous combustion of a biomass fuel and a base fuel to produce energy, usually electrical power. The most common base fuel is coal. The most common sources of...

http://www.eesi.org/files/cofiring_factsheet_030409.pdf
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