Scrap Tire Technology And Markets

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Office of Solid Waste Washington, DC

Charlotte Clark, Kenneth Meardon, Dexter Russell

Pacific Environmental Services Durham, North Carolina

NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Copyright © 1993 by Noyés Data Corporation Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 92-25264 ISBN: 0-8155-1317-8 ISSN: 0090-516X Printed in the United States

Published in the United States of America by

Noyes Data Corporation

Mill Road, Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656

10 987654321

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Scrap tire technology and markets / by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste ; Charlotte Clark, Kenneth Meardon, Dexter Russell.

p. cm. — (Pollution technology review, ISSN 0090-516X ; no.

211)

Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8155-1317-8

1. Tires, Rubber—Recycling. 2. Recycling (Waste, etc.)—United States. 3. Waste products as fuel—United States. I. United States. Office of Solid Waste, n. Clark, Charlotte. HI. Meardon, Kenneth. IV. Russell, Dexter. V. Series. TD794.5.S3 1992

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