|3.1 Historical and Projected MSW Quantity48|
|3.2 Per Capita MSW Quantity50|
|3.3 Historical and Projected Heat Value of MSW: 1960-
|3.4 The Percentage of MSW Combusted with Heat
|3.5 Estimated and Projected Energy from MSW
|4.1 WTE Initiatives by County Size67|
|4.2 Counties with Existing and/or Planned WTE Facilities68|
|4.3 Counties with Scratched WTE Facilities69|
|6.1 Case-Study Site Locations142|
|6.2 Broward County, Florida145|
|6.3 Oakland County, Michigan157|
|6.4 Knox County, Tennessee171|
|6.5 Monmouth County, New Jersey184|
|3.1 Vendors of WTE Facilities in the United States: 199043|
|3.2 Historical and Projected MSW Quantity47|
|3.3 Per Capita MSW Quantity49|
|3.4 Historical and Projected Composition of MSW:
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Book title: Waste-To-Energy in the United States:A Social and Economic Assessment.
Contributors: T. Randall Curlee - Author, Susan M. Schexnayder - Author, David P. Vogt - Author, Amy K. Wolfe - Author, Michael P. Kelsay - Author, David L. Feldman - Author.
Publisher: Quorum Books.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1994.
Page number: ix.
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