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- Pivato, Alberto; Girotto, Francesca; Megido, Laura; Raga, Roberto
- Environmental forensics 2018 v.19 no.4 pp. 253-264
- waste incineration, etc ; biological treatment; carbon; carbon dioxide; carbon sequestration; carbon sinks; case studies; emissions; energy; energy recovery; engineering; forensic sciences; gases; global warming; greenhouse effect; landfills; life cycle assessment; methane; municipal solid waste; nitrous oxide; refuse derived fuels; Italy; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse warming gases (GWG) to the atmosphere are thought to contribute to the Earth’s global warming. Among different waste management options, incineration is often considered one of the most effective and environmentally protective as demonstrated by many Life Cycle Assessment analysis. Nonetheless, depending on previous treatments that a waste may receive, such as ...