BioCycle March 2005, Vol. 46, No. 3, p. 62
THE AUTHOR of Getting to Zero Waste is angry at the lack of progress in moving toward what he sees as a readily achievable industrial economy, based on zero waste, since he first introduced its theory and practice over 30 years ago. Paul
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