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Municipal solid waste to energy conversion methodology as physical , thermal , and biological methods

  title={Municipal solid waste to energy conversion methodology as physical , thermal , and biological methods},
  author={B. Pandey and S. Vyas and M. Pandey and A. Gaur},
  • B. Pandey, S. Vyas, +1 author A. Gaur
  • Published 2015
  • ISSN: 2410-8790 Pandey et al / Current Science Perspectives 2(2) (2016) 39-44 www.bosaljournals/csp/ 40 Since India has different geographical and demographical pattern so the waste generation pattern also varies from state to state or one region to another region (Draft Report of Core Group on Appropriate Technology, Research and Development (SWM), Technology Advisory Group and Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation, Government of India… CONTINUE READING
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