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Recycling (Waste, etc.)

Here are entered works on the processing of waste paper, cans, bottles, etc. Works on reclaiming and reusing equipment, parts, structures, etc. are entered under Salvage (Waste, etc.)

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Broader terms:Related terms:Narrower terms:Used for:
  • Conversion of waste products
  • Recovery of natural resources
  • Recovery of waste materials
  • Resource recovery
  • Waste recycling
  • Waste reuse
Filed under: Water reuse -- Iran -- CongressesFiled under: Water reuse -- United States -- CongressesFiled under: Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- United States
  • [Info] Materials and Energy From Municipal Waste: Resource Recovery and Recycling From Municipal Solid Waste and Beverage Container Deposit Legislation (Washington: GPO, 1979), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: Agricultural wastes -- Recycling -- Developing countries -- Congresses Filed under: Beverage containers -- Recycling -- United States
  • [Info] Materials and Energy From Municipal Waste: Resource Recovery and Recycling From Municipal Solid Waste and Beverage Container Deposit Legislation (Washington: GPO, 1979), by United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment
Filed under: Organic wastes -- Recycling -- Developing countries -- Congresses Filed under: Water reuse -- Health aspects -- California -- Los Angeles County

Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Waste products Filed under: Fly ash Filed under: Bromotrifluoromethane -- Evaluation Filed under: Green manure crops -- HondurasFiled under: Guano
  • [Info] Bats and Bat Exclusion (2004), by Illinois Department of Public Health (page images at HathiTrust)
  • [Info] Guano: A Treatise of Practical Information for Farmers, Containing Plain Directions How to Apply Peruvian Guano to the Various Crops and Soils of America, With a Brief Synopsis of Its History, Locality, Quantity, Method of Procuring, Prospect of Continued Supply, and Price; Analysis of its Composition, and Value as a Fertilizer, Over All Other Manures (New York: The author, 1853), by Solon Robinson
Filed under: Night soilFiled under: CompostFiled under: Organic wastes as feed Filed under: Plastic marine debris Filed under: Microplastics Filed under: Energy conservation Filed under: Energy conservation -- Economic aspects Filed under: Energy conservation -- Government policy -- Europe, Central -- Case studies Filed under: Energy conservation -- Government policy -- Europe, Eastern -- Case studiesFiled under: Energy conservation -- United States -- Government policyFiled under: Energy conservation -- South AfricaFiled under: Energy conservation -- United States Filed under: Energy conservation -- United States -- Technological innovationsFiled under: Administrative agencies -- Energy conservation -- United StatesFiled under: Buildings -- Energy conservation -- United StatesFiled under: Industries -- Energy conservation -- United StatesFiled under: Architecture and energy conservation Filed under: Architecture and energy conservation -- Arab countriesFiled under: Electric power -- Conservation Filed under: Administrative agencies -- United States -- Energy conservationFiled under: Buildings -- Energy conservation Filed under: Public buildings -- United States -- Energy conservation Filed under: Public buildings -- United States -- Energy conservation -- FinanceFiled under: Data processing service centers -- Energy conservation

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