Recycling Materials Based on Environmentally Friendly Techniques
by Dimitris S. Achilias (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2015
Number of pages: 124
Reducing the amount of solid wastes in landfills is one of the main targets in nowadays wastes treatment. To this direction, there is a great need in finding of smart recycling techniques which should, as is possible, to be environmentally friendly. The intention of this book is to present some recent methods for the recycling of several materials, including plastics and wood, as well as to show the importance of composting of polymers.
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