Title: The biocycle guide to maximum recycling
Contributors: Edited by the staff of Biocycle, journal of waste recycling
JG Press Inc.
Summary: This book provides information to support the expansion of the amount
of materials diverted from disposal facilities, to improve the
economics of collecting and processing such materials, and
to increase profitable markets for recovered materials.
Sections include improving collection techniques and
efficiency, collecting residential recyclables, evaluating
program effectiveness, waste reduction incentives, market
development issues, unique marketing approaches, multifamily
recycling, the private sector and recycling, recycling in
the commercial and institutional sectors, recycling of paper,
plastics, tires, construction debris, glass, and other materials,
institutional processing of materials and reuse of materials.
Call Number: 24 BIO
Title: Environmental enhancement through agriculture
: proceedings of a conference, Boston, Massachusetts, November 15-17, 1995
Contributors: William Lockeretz, editor
Center for Agriculture, Food and Environment, School of Nutrition and Science Policy, Tufts University
Summary: These proceedings explore how to create agricultural
production systems that produce environmental benefits in
contrast to merely being environmentally benign. The papers
are grouped under the following topics: watershed
protection, wildlife conservation and biodiversity,
livestock systems, waste recycling and nutrient management,
energy from agricultural biomass, metropolitan agriculture
and farming, national policies on agriculture and the
environment, and agricultural development and the environment.
Call Number: 20 ENV
Local food systems
Title: The humanure handbook
: a guide to composting human manure
Author: Joseph C. Jenkins
c1999 2nd ed.
Summary: How to recycle human waste into garden compost.
Call Number: 27.51 JEN