Hearings, Reports and Prints of the House Committee on Public Works

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Toxic effects of
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Effects of treated oils
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Carcinogenic effects 5 Public water supply effects
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Waterfowl and wildlife effects__ 7 Pollution in media other than water__
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E Economic and legal aspects of waste oil policy
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F Additional information being developed
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LIST OF TABLES
Appendix Foreign pollution control policies and programs
National oil sales volumes___
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Trends in motor oil consumption_
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Annual per capita oil use in United States
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Typical waste automotive oil composition___
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Used automotive lubricating oilstrace metals content__
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Used automotive lubricating oilsselected properties
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Oilbased metalworking lubricants
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Metal content of waste oil rerefining oil sludge
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Data survey of selected oil rerefiners
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LIST OF FIGURES 54 8888859995598 00370022 13 17
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Airis Thomas F president and Henrik E Stafseth executive director Page
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Hoose Herman director of traffic engineering city of Charlotte N C
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Burnett John A director of purchasing and stores Rock Island Railroad
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Rosenblatt Jack Jack Rosenblatt and Associates Inc Charlotte N C
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Tiemann Norbert Administrator Federal Highway Administration
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Virgin lube oil sales in the United States
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Waste lube oils generated in the United States
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Flow scheme for acidclay type rerefining process
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Flow scheme IFP propane classification process
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National Oil Recovery Corporation project flowsheet
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Solvent extractionwaste oil treatment_
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Waste oil hydrotreatingdistillation process_
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Court John C Deputy Administrator for Planning and Evaluation
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Morris Gen J W Director of Civil Works Office of the Chief of Engi
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Train Hon Russell E Chairman Council on Environmental Quality
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Waggonner Hon Joe D Jr a Representative in Congress from the State
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