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Waste Management Research 1989 7, 351-361 INCINERATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE IN CEMENT KILNS Christel Benestad Received March 1989, revised July 1989 Stack gas analyses from a Norwegian cement kiln were performed during the incineration of hazardous waste .

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