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AN EVALUATION OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE IN JAPAN
(Daffodil International University, 2006-07-01)
This paper presents an evaluation of the current solid waste management practice in Japan. Because of limited space, the siting and construction of a new solid waste management (SWM) facility is a big challenge in ...
ASSESSMENT OF THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MUD OF THE ARIAKE SEA, JAPAN
(Daffodil International University, 2007-02-01)
Thermal environment of the mud is one of the major parts of the acid-contaminated geo-environment of the Ariake Sea. The activities of marine ecosystem both in tidal flats and inside the deep sea mud depend strongly ...
EFFECTIVENESS OF RECYCLED WASTE GLASS AS A CONTAMINATED TIDAL MUD IMPROVEMENT MATERIAL
(Daffodil International University, 2007-07-01)
The Ariake Sea having a unique feature is one of the best-known semi-closed shallow seas in Japan. The total area of this sea is 1700 km2 with an extended 96 km of the bay axis and an average width of 18 km. The vast tidal ...