2 edition of Proceedings of the Seminar on Energy Conservation in the Water and Wastewater Fields found in the catalog.
Proceedings of the Seminar on Energy Conservation in the Water and Wastewater Fields
Seminar on Energy Conservation in the Water and Wastewater Fields (1977 Burlington, Ont.)
by American Water Works Association, Ontario Section] in [Mississauga, ON
Written in English
|Other titles||Energy conservation in the water and wastewater fields.|
|Statement||Pollution Control Association of Ontario, Ontario Section-American Water Works Association, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment.|
|Contributions||Pollution Control Association of Ontario., American Water Works Association. Ontario Section., Ontario. Ministry of the Environment.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
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