Managing Trash to Minimize Environmental and Economic Costs

LaLonde, Suzanne D.
June 1999
Business Journal (Central New York);06/04/99, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p4
Focuses on hazardous waste management by businesses in the United States. Reduction of trash-disposal costs; Purchasing of products with less hazardous components; Availability of low-mercury light bulbs and fluorescent lamps; Recycling of toner cartridges and printer ribbons.


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