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Health impacts of waste management policies : proceedings of the seminar 'Health Impacts of Waste Policies' Hippocrates Foundation, Kos, Greece, 12-14 November, 1998

@inproceedings{NicolopoulouStamati2000HealthIO,
  title={Health impacts of waste management policies : proceedings of the seminar 'Health Impacts of Waste Policies' Hippocrates Foundation, Kos, Greece, 12-14 November, 1998},
  author={Polyxeni Nicolopoulou‐Stamati and Luc Hens and Vyvyan Howard},
  year={2000}
}
Preface and Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. List of Figures. List of Tables. List of boxes. Introductory Chapter: Awareness of the Health Impacts of Waste Management P. Nicolopoulou-Stamati, et al. The Waste Management and the Health Scene. Persistent Organic Chemical Pollution: An Introduction C.V. Howard, et al. The Challenge to Achieve Better Landfills Where Only Dumps Are Achieved Now: An Anthology P. Rushbrook. Waste Management: An Industrial Policy Point of View O. Linher… 
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