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  • Waste ManagementEmirates Environmental Group

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  • Solid waste diversion and disposalCanada.ca

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  • Performance Assessment of Solid Waste Management

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  • NEA Overview

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  • The Community-based Solid Waste Management Project

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  • Solid Waste Management ProjectGlobalGiving

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