Chemical Waste pp 333-334 | Cite as


  • K. R. Müller


Recycling techniques opening new options for recycling chemical wastes have been extensively described in the recent past (1–4). Here we choose not to examine any details of this research and the currently employed techniques, but much more would like to point out some rarely discussed general aspects of the inherent limitations and obstacles to recycling.


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