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Incineration - One Solution at Stanford
Author: Ervin E. Nesheim
Date: 7/186
Reprinted from Brown and Caldwell Quarterly, July-September 1986

In August 1986, Stanford University completed the installation of an 800-pound-per-hour incinerator at its Environmental Safety Facility (ESF) on the university's campus near Palo Alto, California. The three-building ESF complex, which is scheduled for occupancy by September 30, centralizes the handling of over 900 tons per year of special wastes produced on campus.

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