Waste Disposal

  • Victor P. Osterli


The purpose of this paper is to outline the problems of solid waste disposal and to discuss some of the alternatives for their solution. Emphasis will be given to agricultural wastes since some of the problems associated with their alleviation appear to be less well understood.


Solid Waste Rice Straw Crop Residue Waste Disposal Perennial Grass 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • Victor P. Osterli
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  1. 1.Agricultural Extension ServiceUniversity of California at DavisUSA

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