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Refuse disposal the alternatives in Kent by P. C. Portlock

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Published by Royal Institute of Public Administration, Local Government Operational Research Unit in Reading .
Written in English


  • Refuse and refuse disposal -- England -- Kent.,
  • Waste disposal -- England -- Kent.

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StatementP.C. Portlock, K.J. Roberts.
SeriesReport -- C166 (Royal Institute of Public Administration, Local Government Operational Research Unit), Report (Royal Institute of Public Administration, Local Government Operational Research Unit) -- C166.
ContributionsRoberts, K. J., Royal Institute of Public Administration. Local Government Operational Research Unit.
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Pagination40p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18787733M

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