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CTA. 1995. Organic waste . Spore 56. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Organic waste: options for small-scale resource recovery edited by Inge Lardinois and Arnold van de Klundert 1993 132pp ISBN 90 70857 332 TOOL, Sarphatistraat 650, 1018 AV, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
This book describes low-cost options for the use of organic waste to produce suitable end products. The focus is on the recovery of urban organic waste through activities such as animal raising, composting, the production of biogas and making briquettes. Attention is paid to technologies that involve manual labour in order to create employment for low-income people. Financial aspects, marketability of end products, environmental problems and government policies are also dealt with. The book is based on data and seven research reports compiled by local consultants on the recovery of organic waste in Accra, Bamako, Cairo, Nairobi, Calcutta and Manila. Organic waste: options for small-scale resource recovery edited by Inge Lardinois and Arnold van de Klundert 1993 132pp ISBN 90 70857 332 TOOL, Sarphatistraat 650, 1018 AV, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
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