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WHEN DOES AN AIRCRAFT BECOME A THROWAWAY? Anglisano, Larry Editorial Jan 1, 2019 722
A rich life for le$$. Crawford, Aaron Jul 1, 2012 1048
Urban salvation: as waste streams grow and natural resources dwindle, demand for salvaged materials will rise. Gorgolewski, Mark Jul 1, 2010 1772
We found it at the salvage yard! Give cast-off materials a second life outdoors. Chamberlain, Jess; Jones, Miranda Brief article Jun 1, 2010 313
City of cast-offs. Hillyard, William Mar 22, 2010 975
Brazil's unemployed catadores keep recycling rates high while earning much-needed cash. Fox, Michael Mar 22, 2010 2498
Waste recovery: N.H. C&D suit remains alive. Sanders, Bob Brief article Feb 13, 2009 303
Amish Heyday. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 108
Build or remodel with salvaged materials. Aird, Janet Dec 1, 2007 369
Tails from the crypt: making sense of salvage: the harsh reality is that parts are becoming scarce, so knowing your way around the boneyard business can save a lot of money and keep an older airplane flying. Cavanagh, Jim Nov 1, 2007 3658
Rags, bones and recycling bins: long before the appearance of green, brown and black bins on our doorsteps we recycled our household rubbish. Tim Cooper investigates the history of waste recovery. Cooper, Tim Feb 1, 2006 1650
Controlled demo at work in the Windy City. Dec 1, 2005 511
Garbage miners mean business. Jun 1, 2005 1029
Oregon's recycling rate declines. Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 313
Driving away our abandoned cars. (do your bit). Amodeo, Chris Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 322
When the bow breaks: ship-breaking yards on the coast of India and Bangladesh are notorious for their unsafe conditions, long working hours and miserly pay. Yet Western shipping companies continue to send their condemned vessels to them--and more yards are being created to meet increasing demand. (The ship-breakers). Townsend, Mark Jul 1, 2002 1320
Best salvage. (The Sunset Strip). Peterson, Abigail Brief Article Jun 1, 2002 206
Geared to recycle. (Home Guide). Whiteley, Peter O. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 94
Should steel beams make a memorial? (C&D News). Brief Article Dec 1, 2001 317
Church demolished by government a third time. (World). Donovan, Gill Brief Article Nov 9, 2001 238
Lagoon-Free Hog-Farming System. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 216
SOLID WASTE PROGRAM BENEFITS COMMUNITY IN More Ways Than One. Wiseman Jr., Joseph F.; Hunter, Bob; Ballew, Denise D. Oct 1, 2000 1652
POTENTIALLY COSTLY LANDFILL Closure Problem Solved. Triano, Salvatore J.; Romocki, Pete Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 903
Use of reclaimed wastewater in municipal drinking-water supplies. Jun 1, 1998 746
Underwater salvaging reclaims wood from another era. Kaiser, Jo-Ann Dec 1, 1997 3301
Demolition makes way for New Rochelle center. Nov 26, 1997 881
Death of a barn. Jenkins, Joe Sep 1, 1997 899
Solid waste management in Guilan Province, Iran. Abduli, M.A. Jun 1, 1997 3159
Strategic programming for environmental management: Sonoco'c take back policy. Rondinelli, Dennis A.; Berry, Michael A.; Vastag, Gyula May 1, 1997 6497
Corrugated recycling: a tale of two cities. Aug 1, 1996 1402
"We have lots of suggestions and ideas for people just starting out."(homesteading tips) Haffermann, Julie Jul 1, 1996 806
Municipal solid waste management. Jan 1, 1996 966
Comparative solid waste management: the technical assistance implications. Werlin, Herbert H. Dec 1, 1995 11231
Ready-to-wear recyclables turn your trash into the latest fashions. De Seve, Karen Apr 7, 1995 207
13 ideas from a 1 1/2 acre homestead. Derrick, Dwayne Nov 1, 1994 1418
How to minimize your waste management costs. Kiser, Jonathan V.L. Feb 1, 1993 1469
Demolition of a building. Edwards, Ray Sep 1, 1992 1277
Senate rejects bottle bill for nation. Kocheisen, Carol May 18, 1992 554
Worn again. Lecard, Marc Mar 1, 1992 528
Why recycling is in the dumps. Schut, Jan H. Feb 1, 1992 2087
Technology turns Southwest waste into ore. Jan 1, 1990 2849

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