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City of L'Acide Remediation Case

Added03/31/2010

Updated02/11/2016

Author(s) Daniel A. Vallero
Notes This case is included in the book Environmental Biotechnology: A Biosystems Approach by Dan Vallero, Academic Press, edition 1, 2010.
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Year 2010
Publisher provided Keywords Engineering Environmental Engineering Environmental Ethics Public Safety Environment Safety
Language English

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