|RECYCLING VOLUME I: RECYCLING IN AUSTRALIA||1|
|Recycling Volume I: Recycling in Australia||3|
|OVERVIEW AND FINDINGS||13|
|1 THE RECYCLING INQUIRY||29|
|2 RECYCLING IN AUSTRALIA||35|
|3 WASTE MANAGEMENT AND RECYCLING||47|
|4 MARKETS FOR RECYCLABLES||71|
|5 RECYCLING AND THE ENVIRONMENT||97|
|6 RECYCLING AND CONSERVATION||117|
|7 IMPROVING RECYCLING||135|
|APPENDIX A: TERMS OF REFERENCE OF INTERIM REPORT ON PAPER RECYCLING||161|
|APPENDIX C: ORGANISATIONS, COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUALS CONSULTED||171|
|APPENDIX D: COUNCIL WASTE MANAGEMENT AND RECYCLING DATA||177|
|APPENDIX E: MARKETS FOR RECYCLABLES: THE UNDERLYING ECONOMIC STRUCTURE||197|
|APPENDIX F: ESTIMATING COSTS AND BENEFITS||219|
|APPENDIX G: SCARCITY CONSIDERATIONS||225|
|APPENDIX H: FORESTRY||243|
|APPENDIX I: TECHNICAL DETAILS RELATING TO CHAPTER 6||267|
|APPENDIX J: SUGGESTED NEWSPRINT SURCHARGE||273|
Australia. Industry Commission. (1991). Recycling Retrieved March 5, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1940959318
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| author1=Australia. Industry Commission.
| section=2 volumes : illustrations ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 101 of 1991, Report no. 6
| publisher=Australian Govt. Pub. Service
| access-date=5 March 2021
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