Separation of the Fine Fraction to Improve the SRF Quality - Possibilities and Effects

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Separation of the Fine Fraction to Improve the SRF Quality - Possibilities and Effects. / Curtis, Alexander; Pomberger, Roland; Sarc, Renato.

WASTE-TO_RESOURCES 2019: VIII International Symposium MBT, MRF, and Recycling, Resources and Energy from Waste, Proceedings 14th - 16th May 2019. Hrsg. / Matthias Kuehle-Weidemeier. 1. Aufl. Aufl. Göttingen : Cuvillier, 2019. S. 201-212.

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Curtis, A, Pomberger, R & Sarc, R 2019, Separation of the Fine Fraction to Improve the SRF Quality - Possibilities and Effects. in M Kuehle-Weidemeier (Hrsg.), WASTE-TO_RESOURCES 2019: VIII International Symposium MBT, MRF, and Recycling, Resources and Energy from Waste, Proceedings 14th - 16th May 2019. 1. Aufl. Aufl., Cuvillier, Göttingen, S. 201-212.

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Curtis, A., Pomberger, R., & Sarc, R. (2019). Separation of the Fine Fraction to Improve the SRF Quality - Possibilities and Effects. in M. Kuehle-Weidemeier (Hrsg.), WASTE-TO_RESOURCES 2019: VIII International Symposium MBT, MRF, and Recycling, Resources and Energy from Waste, Proceedings 14th - 16th May 2019 (1. Aufl. Aufl., S. 201-212). Cuvillier.

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Curtis A, Pomberger R, Sarc R. Separation of the Fine Fraction to Improve the SRF Quality - Possibilities and Effects. in Kuehle-Weidemeier M, Hrsg., WASTE-TO_RESOURCES 2019: VIII International Symposium MBT, MRF, and Recycling, Resources and Energy from Waste, Proceedings 14th - 16th May 2019. 1. Aufl. Aufl. Göttingen: Cuvillier. 2019. S. 201-212

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Curtis, Alexander ; Pomberger, Roland ; Sarc, Renato. / Separation of the Fine Fraction to Improve the SRF Quality - Possibilities and Effects. WASTE-TO_RESOURCES 2019: VIII International Symposium MBT, MRF, and Recycling, Resources and Energy from Waste, Proceedings 14th - 16th May 2019. Hrsg. / Matthias Kuehle-Weidemeier. 1. Aufl. Aufl. Göttingen : Cuvillier, 2019. S. 201-212

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