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Komilis, D.P. 1999
Komilis, D.P. Ham R.K. & Stegmann, R. (1999) The effect of municipal solid waste pre-treatment on 
landfill behaviour: a literature review. Waste Management & Research 17 pp10-19
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3 Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 16:18:26
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Lechner, P. 1981
Lechner, P. and Klaghofer, E. (1981) Qualitative and Quantitative Investigation of Leachate From 
Compost Produced from Domestic Refuse. Oesterreich Wasserwitsch 33 (3-4), pp. 69-73.
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3 Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 16:26:08
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Moorhouse, S.J. 2005
Moorhouse, S.J. Parrish, D.A. Clarke, G. Adshead, N. Gilbert, M.P. Ward, C.J. & Crook, N.P. (2005) 
A Review of the Potential Health and Environmental Impacts from Municipal Waste Management Technologies
which might be used in Milton Keynes. The Environmental Protection Team, Environmental Health Division
Milton Keynes Council, July 2005.
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 16:31:50
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University of New South Wales 2003
University of New South Wales Recycled Organics Unit (2003) Life Cycle Inventory and Life Cycle Assessment 
for Windrow Composting Systems. Recycled Organics Unit Building B11B, University of NSW, Sydney
2052, Australia
Submitted by: Prof Paul Bardos r3 09/11/2005 12:42:49
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University of Southampton 2007
University of Southampton (2007) Hydro-physico-mechanics of Waste. Conference Proceedings, 
University of Southampton, UK, 18-19 April 2007.
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3 Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 16:51:54
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US EPA 2014
US EPA (2014) SUMMARY OF THE GHG IMPLICATIONS OF COMPOSTING 
Submitted by: Prof Paul Bardos r3 20/11/2014 21:47:20
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von Felde, D. 1999
von Felde, D. & Doedens, H. (1999) Full-scale experiences with mechanical-biological pretreatment 
of municipal solid waste and landfilling. Waste Management & Research 17 pp520-526
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3 Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 17:07:07
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Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum 2014
Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum (2014) REDUCING FIRE RISK AT WASTE MANAGEMENT SITES. October 
2014. http://www.ciwm.co.uk/web/FILES/WISH/WASTE_28_Reducing_fire_risk_at_waste_management_sites_issue_1_-_Oct_2014.pdf
Submitted by: Prof Paul Bardos r3 20/11/2014 22:38:34
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Yepsen 2008
Yepsen, R. (2008) Buildings and corrosion control.  BioCycle 49 (10) 38-41 October 2008 
Submitted by: Prof Paul Bardos r3 08/11/2008 13:55:05
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Yuen, S. 2001
Yuen, S. (2001) Municipal Solid Waste Management Components Supplementary Notes  Landfill Degradation. 
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3 Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 17:09:05
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Zach, A.  2000
Zach, A. Binner, E & Latif, M (2000) Improvement of municipal solid waste quality for landfilling 
by means of mechanical-biological pretreatment. Waste Management & Research 18 pp25-32
Submitted by: Dr Antony Chapman r3 Environmental Technology Ltd 30/06/2008 17:11:10
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