By Dale A. Stirling
With a view towards the background of North American undefined, A Bibliographic advisor to North American undefined: heritage, overall healthiness, and dangerous Waste offers steered readings in historic and modern literature regarding the origins of particular industries, the health and wellbeing and questions of safety they face, and the way they deal with waste and stop pollutants.
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A Bibliographic Guide to North American Industry: History, Health, and Hazardous Waste by Dale A. Stirling