Trends - November/December 2007

Volume 39, Number 2


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Table of Contents

Features

Views from the Chair
Lee A. DeHihns...2

Section Spotlight...3

In Brief
Theodore L. Garrett...6

People on the Move
Steven T. Miano...7

Calendar of Section Events...16

Articles

Managing nanotechnology business risks
Lynn L. Bergeson...1

The new economic feasibility of sustainable MSW energy recovery
Cameron Prell...4

Changing course towards an energy-efficient future
David Hodas...8

State-led initiatives on electronic recycling and waste control
Peter Hsiao, Robert Reinhard, and Susan Linden...10

EPA/Corps Rapanos Guidance raises more questions than it answers
Kevin P. Pechulis...12

Twenty-first century water supply, use, and distribution: Do the old rules still apply?
Jeff B. Kray and Wendy Bowden Crowther...14

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