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     · Waste Management and Public Cleansing Law (1970) • Clarification of the responsibility for waste disposal Industrial waste waste generator Municipal waste municipality • Setting criteria for waste disposal • Increase in the amount of, and change in of the quality of, the waste derived from business activities, as a result of

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    2 days ago · Solid-waste characteristics vary considerably among communities and nations. American refuse is usually lighter, for example, than European or Japanese refuse. In the United States paper and paperboard products make up close to 40 percent of the total weight of MSW food waste accounts for less than 10 percent.

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     · Waste Management and Public Cleansing Law (1970) • Clarification of the responsibility for waste disposal Industrial waste waste generator Municipal waste municipality • Setting criteria for waste disposal • Increase in the amount of, and change in of the quality of, the waste derived from business activities, as a result of

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